She who laughs at herself, laughs often (especially under the influence of a glass of wine or two).
Some oak, fruit tannins and baking spice. Lighter bodied Tempranillo. Should pair nicely with charred meats off the grill and roasted vegetables. — 4 years ago
Textural, citrus (acid), backbone tannins. Great with sushi, to cut through the richness of raw hamachi, and salmon. — 4 years ago
Had the pleasure of tasting this lovely Pinot Noir at Scherrer with the dope maker himself. Beautiful, structured yet light. Noting first-day ripeness of red berries, snappy acidity, with a lingering finish. Great with rich seafood dishes on a cool day. — 4 years ago