Full bodied and still plenty of fruit. — 3 months ago
Bottle two at home with wifey! — 2 years ago
Started and finished our tasting with this one, clearly the star of the show. Really exciting expression of the grape. Light and crisp, great mineral tones, should be fantastic with shellfish. Anderson Valley, not Willamette, @Delectable. — 10 months ago
Ghost ship on the nose.
Lichen./ wet stone.
Seawater./ oyster shell
Cranberry./ black tea sequence — a year ago
A feast of perfect amber teetering between translucence and opacity, well built like a manor whose dissolution laces with cobwebs, diagonally climbing vines and lichen. Spartan tastes of pineapple, lime, clementine and apricot appear as disembodied as faint memories and spirits swept like spindrift into blue skies above brine. Lime pith and lemon oils stir in grapefruit eddies. Just a glimpse of bitter lime and guava sail the far horizon. — 2 years ago
one score and 2 years since harvest - kudos to domaine serene for a successful journey. this one has survived the long haul on its side to reveal the color of boiled beets, a scent of candied violet and sweet coffee bean, and a mouthful of stewed fruit, damp black soil and moon rock-like basalt....can practically see the lichen growing inside the bottle. — 9 months ago
Anderson Valley in a glass: vineyards shrouded in coastal fog, redwood groves, overgrown apple orchards (wildflowers, moss, lichen, tall grass, mushrooms, etc). Tension and purity. Pretty cranberry, spice and citrus on the finish. Third time I’ve had this wine and it still proves to be one of the best (balanced, complete, memorable) Pinots I’ve had all year. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 — 2 years ago