(2013 Vintage) with bright, fragrant red berry tones, complimented by a lovely spice nuance and deep earthy notes. The palate echoes the nose, with vibrant acidity balanced by supple texture on a long, velvety finish kissed by the classic mineral undertones of the region.
Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wines(2006 Vintage) Carmel Road scores again with this mid-sized, nicely fruity wine. It is a touch soft at its heart and is not especially tannic, but it is accessible, decently on point as Pinot Noir and incredibly inviting and easy to enjoy again and again at its bargain price. GOOD VALUE