Really light in color, like, cran-juice light. And good, but a thinking wine that requires a bit of pondering to get to what’s going on — red vines, hibiscus, cranberry, with a rustic character that doesn’t distract. It could stand to mellow for a few years. Good stuff and I love to see Oregon producers embracing Pinot Meunier on its own. — 2 years ago
This is delish. September means syrahs outside in the evening chill with a good book are back. A thinking wine with violets and baking spices in the nose, and then assertive dark but bright fruit and tannins that are so so good in well made WA syrahs like this. — a year ago
I’ve been awful at keeping tracking of what we’ve been drinking during COVID times...because it’s mostly been beer. ANYWAY, I’ll be better.
This is better than beer. To start, it’s barely barely pink. Completely gorgeous. It opens with the most incredible lighting acidity that resolves to pretty notes like rose water and a little astringent stemminess that is lovely. Get it if you can find it! — a year ago