Tasting Notes

There’s a clutch of dried herbs (thyme in particular) and something like Szechuan pepper floating over the top of its purple and blue fruits along with earth, a little floral perfume and subtle oak. It’s medium to full bodied, crunchy fresh and cool, expressive and juicily vibrant with tannin that bobs and weaves, and fans out on the long finish. Almost like a Pinot Noir in some respects, but not. But gee it’s good though. Drinking it makes you feel like interesting things are happening, somewhere out there in the world. Gary Walsh - Winefront