This is a nice and easy drinking Pinot Noir from Oregon. Showing fresh red fruits with wood, light earth, cocoa, spices, vegetables and peppercorn.
Medium bodied with medium acidity.
Dry on the palate and good right out of the bottle.
Very nice with a slight chill.
Would be nice to revisit it in 3 years.
13.5% alcohol by volume.
$36. — 9 days ago
Pronounced "Cup-chon-dy,” blend of 72% Cab Sauv, 19% Merlot & 9% Petit Verdot, aged 80% in new French oak dark Ruby with aromas of berry fruit, sweet herb and tobacco spice. On the palate flavors of cherry, ripe blackberry and currants with notes of cacao and a bit of vanilla oak. Long finish, soft ripe tannins ending with lush fruit and mineral character Drink now & over next decade. — 17 days ago
🔥🔥🔥🔥, paired with roasted salmon filet and it was awesome. The acidity & minerality were a perfect compliment to the fish — 14 days ago
Memorial Day Weekend 2021. Maple and Ash carry out with Chad — 13 days ago
Not tasteless… not full of wine but enjoyable
If I read this note in the future skip Napa and go here. Rating higher than normal so it pulls up. — 10 days ago
The 2019 Zinfandel (Russian River Valley) is bright and full of energy. Ripe red/purplish berry fruit, rose petal, spice, lavender and mint are front and center in this refreshing Russian River Zinfandel. Floral notes and bright acids perk up the finish. This is such a gorgeous wine, and also a great introduction to this lineup. The Russian River Zinfandel is really a Zinfandel-based field blend from Limerick Lane and a handful of other properties, including Banfield, Collins, Sodini and Ponzo. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, January 2021)
— a month ago
30 year anniversary bottle 2017 vintage - smooth drinkable - let open for 15 min - shared with David’s dad — 10 days ago
Gift from Jason Holbrook. Inexpensive and easy to drink. Good all purpose party wine. Eric thought it was a bit sweet. — 21 days ago