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In truth, it is difficult to find much in the way of clear-cut Pinot Noir character here, and this effort is instead geared to rather ambiguous ripeness. The fullest bodied of the Castle Rock lot, it is comparatively thick on the palate and struggles to find a fruity voice, but it is a clean and weighty red that will drink well with roasts and simple stews all the same. [+]