Citrus + Stone fruit is absolutely delightful.
I found it to be even better after a week or so in the fridge after opening (if you can hold out) it becomes slightly less acidic. So Good! — 3 days ago
Nice Pinot, well balanced — 9 days ago
Walla Walla, WA wine! Simple silvery golden color. Aroma is not very strong. Cut grass and ice cubes. Maybe a grapefruit mineral water? Flavors are nice. Granny Smith apples. Meyer lemons. Something earthy and herbal. Reminds me of clay perhaps. Plenty of tannins. Balanced. Dry. Enjoyable. — 13 days ago
Despite the Label, this is a delicious wine. Orange candy, cheery, bright acid. — 7 days ago
Deep purple color. Aromas of black cherry, black tea, eucalyptus and shoe polish. A mighty wine from Walla-Walla. Dark fruit flavors, strong tannins and a cassis finish.
Paired nicely with Montana Huckleberry Cordials.
39% Merlot, 26% Petit Verdot, 18% Malbec, 15% Cab Franc and 2% Cab. — 8 days ago
After some homemade pizza on the grill, this sits soooo pretty.
When you smell a wine like this, with its classic, elegant, Cab fruit nose, you know you are good to go.
Couple of hours of airtime, this wine is a beautiful blend, of deep red fruit, a berry blend of perfect harmony. This wine evolves every hour, the tannins slowly integrating more deeply with the acidity, leaving you with that - wow, what a great wine - feeling.
Shoulda bought a case. Good for at least another 5.
— 4 days ago
Lightly extracted salmon pink with a tinge of golden yellow. Strawberry and herbal-mint notes in nose. Strawberry flavor with lemon, black pepper and mineral character on the finish. Blessedly dry. Mostly cab franc (according to the label). Flavorful, complex with varietal character on display. Great value. Nectarine flavor emerges after one to two hours, as does moderate astringency in finish. — 13 days ago