For the fifth year in a row, nature cooperated with winegrowers in the Willamette Valley. With an abundance of sun throughout the spring and summer, vines were thankful for showers and a few weeks of cool nights and warm days in mid-September. Despite warmer weather and longer hang times, grapes retained high levels of acidity along with complex flavors, leaving harmonious and balanced fruit.
95 Points | James Suckling
Such attractive aromas of spiced bread and blueberries, blackberries and violets with a stony, minerally edge, as well as dried herbs and forest wood. The palate is very rich and packed with darker plums and cherries, as well as blackberries, some cocoa, and a long, seamless run of fine yet dense tannin. This hits luxurious notes on the palate. Fine to drink now, but even better from 2023. - Nick Stock, reviewer
95 Points "Editors' Choice" | Wine Enthusiast
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