Heron’s best Pinot ever, and look at that price. The wine is bone dry, crisply acidic and elegant, with silky layers of bitter cherryskin, tobacco and cola. A lovely Pinot at a great price.
Blended from Mendocino, Clarksburg (Delta) and Pope Valley fruit, this easy-drinking Cab is very ripe in blackberries and cherries, but also shows a good structure of tannins and acids. The alcohol is refreshingly low. A good price for a wine so satisfying.
In France, this would be a vin de pays. It’s a simple little country wine, dry and bracing, with good cherry-berry flavors and a rich earthiness. It’ll be fine with a grilled flank steak you might even find yourself reaching for a third glass.
This is a balanced Cabernet with plenty of true varietal character. The blackberry and cherry flavors are enriched with an edge of smoky oak, and the wine shows smooth polished tannins and a thoroughly dry finish.