No press yet on this, but it’s a stunning cold-climate Pinot Noir.
The winery says:
A classic coastal Pinot Noir from the far reaches of Mendocino, this elegant wine offers a vivacious and exotic presentation with aromas of strawberry rhubarb, rose petal, raspberry, wild berry, crushed rock, wood smoke and red cherry. A soft entry and plush palate deliver berry patch flavors, balanced by orange peel notes, with a chalky, mineral-driven finish. Bright acidity, fine-grained tannin, and classic Anderson Valley finesse combine to create a beautifully balanced Pinot Noir that, while enjoyable in its youth, possesses impressive aging potential.
It’s from two superb small family farmed vineyards in the best part of the Valley, both with mature vines, over 30 years old.
And best of all, you get all of this with only 12.9% alcohol – making this an especially wonderful Pinot Noir with food.