TASTING NOTE: Aromas of boysenberry, sweet cherry and cola leap from the glass followed by subtle floral notes. The palate offers layers of ripe dark cherries, fresh raspberry and strawberry. Soft integrated tannins and balanced acidity lend to a smooth lengthy finish.
FOOD PAIRING: The concentrated richness and exceptional acidity that are indicative of a Russian River Valley Pinot Noir make this intense wine a remarkable partner with food. We recommend anything with mushrooms, cedar plank grilled salmon, or lamb and duck. Our cheese recommendations would include something aged and salty, like Gouda or aged cheddar cheese.
Gold Medal - San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition