2013 Pinot Noir
Young, fresh and vibrant, with zesty wild berry, raspberry and blackberry fruit that’s beautifully focused.
The grapes used to make this wine were grown in Walla Walla, Washington and picked on October 27 just before the onset of winter. It was the last fruit of the year for us and we were rewarded for our patience.
Fermentation lasted almost three weeks and after a gentle drain and press, the wine was barreled down and allowed to rest for nearly a year prior to bottling. New French oak barrels were used to heighten the aromatics of this delicate wine.
Young, fresh and vibrant, with zesty wild berry, raspberry and blackberry fruit that's beautifully focused. Intense yet delicate, with lively acidity, firm, ripe tannins and a pleasant touch of earthiness on the finish.
A classic pairing with rack of lamb or grilled venison. The wine will only get better with some age and will reach its peak maturity in 2018.