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- adj. bearing dark fruit
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The wine he makes, also called Psagot, is very good indeed: dark-fruited and dense yet sleek in texture.
He described the white Ritu Viognier as a "crisp, aromatic wine with floral and peach aromas", while the red Zampa Syrah is a "rich dark-fruited wine with a hint of pepper and a spicy finish".
But the valley's real story is the dark-fruited Pinot Noir of the Santa Lucia Highlands.
Quite good for that rich dark-fruited approach; some alcohol showing but lots of density without getting heavy.
($50): The Nicole's bottling from J should be one of those classic dark-fruited Russian River expressions, and after some wobbly results the 2007 is in gorgeous form.
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