This wine will surprise and impress you with depth and fruit usually seen in the Cote d'Or. The Pinot Noir for this wine is found in the village of Bussieres and is sourced from the lieu-dit "Les Clos". The vines are south-facing at 350 feet above sea level on gently sloping hills that are principally composed of clay. The fruit tends to ripen early due to its excellent exposure. Pigeage and remontage are practiced during fermentation. This wine is marked by notes of black, ripe berries, often a touch sauvage.
Full bodied Washington State Cabernet from Walla Walla, yet remains well balanced with a beautiful bright acidity. Loads of dark fruits, Asian spice and dusty cedar remain on the long lasting finish.
Fantastic combination of up front dark berry fruit and earth. Touch of spice and a soft, round texture make for a serious crowd pleaser. Think pizza or pasta and red sauce.
Absolutely gorgeous Pinot Noir from Oregon's Willamette Valley. Bright, beautiful red fruit. Take lush, savory fruit and beautiful fresh acidity; and add to that a velvety, silky mouthfeel and this Pinot is hard to beat at this price.