(From 2014 Vintage) Like that vintage foreign convertible. Pinot Noir takes extra effort to maintain. But when done properly elicits respect and envy. If it was easy, then everyone would do it. And that’s half the point. Take the top down and go out for a spin just once and you’ll know it’s worth it all.
Broad and expansive aromas are upfront: fig, black cherry, plu, backed by spicy oak, earth and licorice. The palate is rich and ripe with suggestions of roasted plum and cherry, combined with spice cake, kirsch, and oriental spice.