Cherry, red currant, and spice on the nose
Medium bodied on the palate
Elegant finish with cherry and herbs
This is consistently good wine from year to year, and the 2015 is no exception. For $16 or so, you get a real sense of Oregon Pinot Noir with its elegance and finesse. It pairs extremely well with food, and is widely available. I visited the winery several years ago, and enjoyed taking in the hillside setting and no frills approach to producing Pinot Noir. Raise a glass!