This is 100% Pinot Noir, tart and young and juicy, and at this price it’s a pretty fair value. It could be criticized as being slightly sour, but it has none of the herbal, leafy, vegetal character that can haunt inexpensive Oregon Pinots.
This is the second label of Boedecker Cellars; 100% Pinot Noir from a mix of vineyards including Maresh and Momtazi. It’s a thin, tart and herbal wine. Flavors are green and leafy, and the tannins take over with astringent tea flavors.