Variety: Pinot Noir
Vineyard: Hirsch Vineyard
SubRegion: Sonoma County
Appellation: Sonoma Coast
The Little Wooden Guy liked it thiiiiiiss much.
This smells terrific. The nose starts a little bit earthy, but then adds black cherries, raspberries, and some spices, dill and sage.
This is a nice mouthfull. The mouth-feel is silky smooth. Fruit is big and full, but not fruit-bombish or overpowering. Rich black cherry is balanced by some tart wild strawberries. Sage and a bit of dill fill out the attack. A bit of pepper joins on the mid-palate, and the finish lingers. This is good. This is really good. It is not a modern over-oaked vanilla caramel California disaster, nor is it a thin cherry cola and black tea Oregon why bother. It lacks the florals of a delicate Burgundy, but it is very well balanced, earthy, with fruit and spice.
I can't guarantee this one will make it to Night Two, but I'll try. For you, I'll try.
Nope. Didn't make it. Sorry.
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