wine lingo of the day: "wild, feral..."

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"There's a wild, feral quality to this fine [wine]. It has forest flavors of wild mushrooms, thyme, fennel, anise and pine, along with more familiar flavors of red cherries, cola and sandalwood..."

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“There’s a wild, feral quality to this fine [wine]. :

“There’s a wild, feral quality to this fine [wine].

It has forest flavors of:

It has forest flavors of

wild mushrooms, :

wild mushrooms,

thyme, :

thyme,

fennel, :

fennel,

anise, and:

anise, and

pine, along with…flavors of:

pine, along with…flavors of

red cherries, :

red cherries,

cola and :

cola and

sandalwood…”:

sandalwood…”

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"'There's a wild, feral quality to this fine [wine]. It has forest flavors of wild mushrooms, thyme, fennel, anise and pine, along with…flavors of red cherries, cola and sandalwood…"

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Identify It! Can you guess what this wine is?

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What is the varietal or style of this wine, and where is it produced? Pinot Noir, Central Otago , NZ Mencia , Bierzo , Spain Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley, CA

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The identity of this wine is…

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The identity of this wine is Pinot Noir, Central Otago , NZ Mencia , Bierzo , Spain Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley, CA

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Goldeneye 2006 Pinot Noir, Gowan Creek, Anderson Valley “There's a wild, feral quality to this fine Pinot Noir. It has forest flavors of wild mushrooms, thyme, fennel, anise and pine, along with more familiar flavors of red cherries, cola and sandalwood. Elegant and ageable .” 94 points – Wine Enthusiast Magazine