I grabbed a bottle of the 2002 Robert Mondavi Private Selection Pinot Noir on sale--$8. Not bad, but not spectacular. The link there goes to the notes for 2001, but I assume it's similar for the 2002. It's a got a slightly offputting aroma of ripe fruit and a tart initial flavor. Oddly the aftertaste is rather more pleasant, I suppose due to the oak aging. After two glasses, I think I'm going to stick it in the fridge and enjoy it cold tomorrow night. That ought to soften it out a bit.