Tasting Notes: To us this wine had a Janus duality to it. It contains both Williamette Valley (Northern OR) which give it the high notes and Rogue Valley (Southern OR) fruit which gives it some bass.
Color: Deep, dark but it is 100% Pinot Noir (the Rogue influence) Nose: Bright high red cherry notes, with a hint of spice Palate: Fruit turns darker and black with plum and mulberry notes and finishing with earthy forest floor flavors with hints of tobacco and savory bits. Very complex for an inexpensive Pinot.
Winemaker Notes: Hand selected lots were cold-fermented in open-top vats using hand punch downs and aged for 10-12 months in a combination of French and American oak. Hold for up to 3-5 years or drink now.