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Bottle Size: 750ml
Rating: Vinous 97
Whereas the Cuvee Catherine is built on fruit, the 2011 Pinot Noir Bodega Headlands Cuvee Elizabeth is a much more inward, structured wine. Here the flavors are bright, precise and endowed with considerable energy. Cranberry, pomegranate, crushed rocks, rose petals and savory herbs are all supported by veins of underlying acidity and minerality that should allow the 2011 to develop beautifully in bottle. All of the 2011 Pinots have really blossomed over the last year, but none to the extent of the Cuvee Elizabeth, which today is stunning.
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