Notes of black tea, dried roses, coupled with bright acid and polished tannins define this wine as coming from typical “cool climate” growing regions. Generous upfront fruit along with its exceptional structure will make this wine a keeper for the collector but is sufficiently balanced that its youthful exuberance can be enjoyed immediately.
Production: 350 cases
Fermentation: 10% new Francois Freres French oak. 18 months in barrel.
Bottled: March 2015
Appellation:100% Santa Rita Hills