Black cherry and ripe strawberry fruit with soft, velvety tannins. Integrated oak imparts a hint of smoke on top of the fruit and earth in the nose. This lush, sensuous wine is unfiltered.
The wine has an elegant, fruit forward style, with lots of mouthwatering Bing cherry and raspberry flavor, but it has a luxurious density in the mouth-feel. Its fruit, coupled with the velvety texture.
Red color of medium intensity. Complex red fruit aromas of cherries and sour cherries with a subtle memory of toasted bread, vanilla and butterscotch. Excellent balance of fruit, acidity and sweetness.
This medium-bodied Pinot Noir has dried cherry fruit, light spicy notes and an earthy finish with moderate oak and tannins. Pair this with roast pork, bistro cuisine or beef casserole.
Zestful black cherry flavors are indicative of the small clustered, blue-black berries of the vine. This wine is an ensemble of coastal Pinot Noir growing regions of California.
Blueberry, black cherry, cola, and mocha aromas and flavors dominate this wine. Rich vanilla and oak spice characters keep the finish long and lingering.
Delicious pomegranate and berry flavors are blended with medium-bodied Pinot Noir to deliver a well-balanced, fruity, and refreshing taste.
Very true to type, this Pinot Noir is garnet in color, has a nose of perfume, plums, and straw, and is medium bodied with medium tannins.
Color: Vivacious purple. Bouquet: Redolent of black cherry and dark berry fruit. Taste: Well structured, with flavors of red berries.
Pleasing dark red garnet color. Spicy nose of roasted fruit with leathery undertones and cloves. Fleshy and full, yet very supple.
Color: Ruby red. Bouquet: Rich notes of wild berries, raspberry, currant and almond. Taste: Round and balanced, with soft, appealing tannins and a persistent finish.
Bright and jazzy, with a few gritty tannins poking at the supple black cherry, espresso and cream flavors, which extend into the elegant finish. French oak exclusively. Ten months in 57% new French oak barrel: Troncais, Nevers and Alliers. The wine is just terrific. It literally glows in the glass, with a brilliant dark ruby color that turns darker at the core. The aroma is assertive and demands attention. On the palate, brilliant and focused flavors of plum and dark cherry are kept under control by some fine tannin.