(From 2012 Vintage) The 2012 Falcon’s Perch Pinot Noir offers complex varietal aromas of cherry preserves, violets and dried herbs lifted by vanilla spice. Brushy red fruit on the palate finishes with talc and a touch of rhubarb pie. The fresh acidity invites a wide range of food pairings.
Smooth begining with light berry notes before a peppery center with a (not unplesant) slight bitter accidity during the finish. Quite good wine for the price.
Light body and color. Nice fruity aroma, Mildly tannic, somewhat sweet.
OK not too dry, but blah
I like it!