Nero is Martha’s grape. She spent her training at Cos and became one of the only, if the only, winemaker spotlighting the grape this side of the ocean.
It’s raw, seriously structured, and intensely tart. Mountain forest berries and a camp fire. Pine, mint, menthol, and cedar - Mezcal smoke circling above. Vibrant acid and tannin and ripe for food. Very good. — 4 days ago
Grew on me. Tart cherry leads the show. Followed by a carnation of black currant and boysenberry. Ends with a confectionary glint. — 15 days ago
V09. Extremely good. Smoked meat and leather nose. Rich, fresh, blackberry fruit. Smooth, tight black pepper and leather finish. Very well balanced. — 14 days ago
Needed a wine with low acidity, low sugar, & minimum yeast content. This had all of that and had a very satisfying taste as an accompaniment to Thanksgiving dinner — 9 days ago
Peach, green apple, and honeysuckle. Sweet but not overpowering. — 3 days ago
A tasty and interesting Pinot Noir from Napa Valley. Never had one from Napa, actually.
Showing cherries, strawberries, wood, raspberries, chocolates, vanilla, spices, cola and peppercorn.
Medium plus in body with medium acidity. Soft and elegant with nice complexity.
Easy drinking with a nice mouthfeel. Balanced with nice acidity.
Would age nicely in the next 5 years.
Good for parties. Good by itself or with food. A nice porch wine. I had it slightly chilled which was great.
14.3% alcohol by volume.
$32. — 3 days ago