translucent garnet, watery rim; aromatics develop slowly, wild berries, dried cranberry, orange peel, mushrooms, hints of pine needles; light to medium body, dry, medium+ acidity, light tannin, 12.6% ABV; aged 16 months in 30% new French oak; a respectable and balanced wine from the rainy and uneven 2013 vintage — 6 days ago
Aromatic full of ripe cherry and cranberry on the nose. Light to medium ruby color. Fruity with hint of smoke and oaky on the palate. Very fine tannin. Low in acidity and a wonderful lingering finish. Well worth the money spent. — 2 days ago
We had the 2018 First Class PN on 8/3-4/22. The second night was much better. The mouth feel was nicely velvety. I agree with the taste of stewed fruits and baking spices. A good PN. — 5 days ago
Pommard? Nope, Oregon.
N: lots of brown spice, Rhubarb, walks in the woods over fall leaves, brown sugar, a bit of pepper. You could huff this a longgg time.
P: Luscious going in, Big bright cherries and mineral,sapid, really sticky but not sweet, nice acidity, tuck some away if ya got.,Should be an ager. Better on day 2, more fruits, less cinnamon on the nose.
thanks @Fasselections. — 7 days ago
2018 vintage - Absolutely one of the best Pinot Noirs I have enjoyed. Silky smooth finish- Will definitely be getting again soon!! — 6 days ago
The fruit on this was insane. Big and bright acidity with hints of florality and herbs. Not as earthy as I prefer my Pinot but it would be great with barbecue or with a slight chill. — 4 days ago