2007 | Pinot Noir
Mendocino Coast / Anderson Valley; Philo, CA, USA
(91-93; Drink 2017-27, 2H decant)
Nose has perfectly dehydrated strawberry+raspberry, crushed ripe black cherry, bittersweet chocolate chips and moist forest aromas.
Palate has strawberry jam, dried raspberry, earthy tones and dark chocolate with a long finish, excluding tannins.
In a perfect spot for loving a perfectly aged Anderson Valley PN...
Paired to pork tenderloin medallions in a Maitake/Sage/Madeira sauce. — 2 days ago
What you expect. Saturated dark fruit, med tannins, chocolate, cherries — 18 days ago
From brine to seasoned to cooked bird.
Gotta have two glasses with Thanksgiving Turkey, one for dark & white meat.
Nicely, ripe blackberries, black plum, black raspberries, dark cherries, medium intensity, dark spice, cinnamon stick, clove, nutmeg, vanilla, dark & red fresh and withering florals, near perfect acidity and a lush, balanced, long finish. At it peaks. — 12 days ago
Fruit forward. St James with Stephen and Laura — 4 days ago
This California, non-region specific, red blend knocked my socks off when someone ordered a bottle at dinner. I’d never have chosen it myself, but am glad I tried it. Beautiful nose, tannins and finish. And at $35.99 at our local wine store, it’s a steal! — 7 days ago
🤯 delicious. Microscopic bubbles. Silky gravenstein apple with the kiss of meter lemon and the lightest brioche on the back. It’s just drinking so well — a month ago