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2009 Drystone (Berridge Vineyard Estates) Pinot Noir Central Otago


Vintage: 2009
Producer: Drystone (Berridge Vineyard Estates) - Web Site - Search for Drystone (Berridge Vineyard Estates)
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Country: New Zealand
Region: South Island
Sub-Region: Otago
Appellation: Central Otago
Type: Red Wine
Other Vintages: 2005 2006 2008
UWID: 9968B336-AD11-C398-43D53C8D502AABA1

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