In 2015 the growing conditions from initial growth through harvest paved the way for virtually pristine fruit with minimal signs of disease and no fear of pest or bird effects. As spring turned to summer, conditions continued to be warmer than usual and consequentially grape clusters were far larger than typical. Most growers chose to slow down ripening by leaving extra fruit on the vine. As September gave way to standard weather patterns, the decision to hang extra fruit allowed it to mature more gradually and develop extraordinary flavors that harmoniously balance against acids.
Textured & layered, a partnership with nature, earthiness and minnerlaity will showcase the aromatics of the nose, a contrasting palate of ripe dark cherry and raspberry flows from front the bask, side to side on the palate.
Drink now through 2026
- Pasta with Pesto & Portabella Mushrooms
- Grilled Pork Chop
- Slow Roasted Meats