(2010 Vintage) This late release is dry verging on astringent, with a tight shell of herb and stem. Inside a good core of tart fruit—cranberry and raspberry—still seems young and suggests that decanting and/or further bottle age will see this wine continue to improve.
2015 Rose Oregon Willamette AVA Varietal: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris Soft, Lively Fresh strawberry creme, white peach, raspberry Body: light ETOH: 13.4%
Paired well with seared duck breast in pomegranate orange glaze
Dry, flavorful red wine. Spicy in a good way, not too spicy
Cherries, smoke. Decent finish. Good value.
Good with pork roast for Easter dinner.