The nose is pungent, fruity, meaty, and herbal. Fresh black raspberry and cherry lined with a meaty iron aroma and finished with green peppercorn and hops.
The nose is ripe showing citrus, apple, pineapple fruit character with complex tones of wafer, chamomile, ginger, and honey.
This is a weird Riesling. The carbonic maceration might have something to do with is. Highly aromatic, floral, and unique.
This wine is immediately enjoyable. The tannins are balanced already and have just enough grip to remind you this is a red wine. The nose is lifted and fresh, showing ripe blueberry, black cherry, cucumber peel and graphite.
There is marzipan cookie, dried ginger, wafer and lemonade on the nose. The palate is dry and fresh, and the lemon fruit and peel shines through.
Library selection. Drinking beautifully now!
We fan dried the grapes for two weeks. The fruit was clean but since it's our first RAW Merlot we used two sorting tables when processing so we could choose the best berries for this wine.
This is a lot gamier compared to the 2017 vintage. Sour cherry, cranberry, orange zest, and tarragon and clove on the nose, it reminds me of Christmas.