The wine shows focused black cherry, ripe currants, and blueberry in the nose, followed by intense blackberry. In the background there is a dusting of cocoa nibs and cassis. The 2013 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir first shows dark fruits that focus on the center of the palate then steadily permeates into all areas of the mouth. The focused acidity, balanced with gripping tannins, carries the rich dark fruit character toward the mid-palate, followed by lush black cherry and sealed with ripe currants. Flavors are slowly released from the wine showing a rich complexity of flavors, textures, ending with a long seductive finish.
Wine Spectator - "Delivers a pure, focused core of wild berry, raspberry, gravel, anise, dried herb and savory notes that are pleasantly tannic. The fruit pushes through in the end, finishing in a juicy, mouthwatering manner. Drink now through 2022."