Medium-gold w/flecks of green in the glass. Nice weight in the mouth, ripe pear and hints of toast on the nose. Balanced acid/fruit with no noticeable heat or bitterness. Great food accompaniment. Stylish and focused... someone made some nice choices in the vineyard and winery. I don’t think these guys get their just dues. — 5 days ago
Baked red cherries, cocoa powder, hints of cinnamon, herbs, black pepper, smokiness, and Dr. Pepper on the nose. Kirsch and tart raspberry on the palate, hints of amaretto and milk chocolate with a peppery zestiness at the back of the mouth on the finish. Great and interesting characteristic showing of the varietal — 11 days ago
Colour of bright light ruby. Smoky and varnishy red fruits: red currant and red cherry on the nose. The palate is light to medium weight with medium intensity. A little noticeable oak on the palate but not intrusive. With time in decanter the nose developed a foresty complexity - a beautiful floral sappy perfume. This is why we love Pinot Noir. I have had Australian Pinot Noirs similar to this - reminiscent of Mornington Peninsula IMO. — 12 days ago
Amazing, lovely and delicious Anderson Valley Pinot Noir.
Chocolate chip cookie dough, dried cherries, scent of mushroom ... just well rounded, gentle, food friendly (and good on it's own) Pinot Noir that isn't too candied or fruit forward. — 13 days ago
Pale white, very good clarity. Floral, almond and wood notes in nose. Dry, honey, spice and citrus flavors with great length, almost nutty, with crisp finish, tartaric acid dominant with a touch of malic and citric. Moderate skin astringency. Slightly bitter aftertaste with malic-citric dominant. Super wine. 2534 cases produced. Tasting notes from their website note importance of sur lie aging and trellising with increased shade to improve development of varietal aromatics in juice. — 11 days ago
Cherry and black licorice all day. Star fruit, garden herbs and soil, grippy fruit finish. — 4 days ago