Flavors of black cherry, plum, and strawberry are prevalent. A hint of vanilla lingers on the palate as soft tannins round out the lengthy finish.
2014 was overall a warm, dry vintage. Higher night time temperatures helped to increase color intensity and tannin maturity. The warm evenings of the 2014 harvest reveal themselves in the intensity of the fruit and color of this wine.
A wine with soft pink color exhibiting flavors of strawberry, cranberry, and raspberry. The crisp acidity promotes its appeal with a broad range of foods.
2016 was a gracious year for Oregon grape growing. A warm summer and dry fall guaranteed the grapes would reach full ripeness, unscathed by rain. Cold fermentation preserved the exquisite characteristics of the wine.
The flavors are juicy and ripe with apple, honeydew melon, and kiwi dominating. The finish is vibrant with crisp acidity lingering on the palate.
2015 was a very dry and hot vintage for Oregon. This helped to concentrate fruit character in the grapes. Cool fermentation in stainless steel tanks captured the concentrated essence of the grapes from this warm vintage.