Here’s a Cabernet that’s so easy to drink, you’ll drain the bottle. It’s soft, smooth and silky and just plain delicious. Offers waves of ripe cherries, blackberries, cassis, plums and dark chocolate, leading to a long, dry finish. The estate vineyard is in the southern, cooler part of the valley, hard by the Carneros.
A very nice example of a dry Gewürz. Name an exotic spice, and you’ll find it here, especially cinnamon. The fruit is all about oranges, pears and lychee, while acidity is brisk and fine. Will challenge home chef and sommelier pairing talent. Pork and stewed fruit come to mind.
Ripe fruit and new oak combine for lush, complex flavors in this dramatic young Pinot Noir. It shows real flair in the raspberry, cherry and cola flavors, with vanilla and buttered cinnamon toast from aging in French barrels. Easy to like now for its silky texture and long, pure spicy finish.
A beautifully dry Gewürz that shows the variety’s exotic, spicy personality, and frames it in a crisp texture of acidity and minerality. Brims with stimulating flavors of lychee, peaches, mangos, apples, honeysuckle flower and just about every spice you can name. Right up there with the best.
This shows the variety’s delicious spiciness, as well as ripened pear and honeysuckle flavors. Treading that fine line between dry and off-dry, it’s an exotic accompaniment to Vietnamese, Ethiopean and Indian foods.
This is a soft, semi-sweet wine with rich flavors of cherry and raspberry jam, bacon, black pepper and sandalwood. It’s a little syrupy. Give it a chill in the fridge before drinking.