Varietal Composition: 100% Pinot Noir
Aging: 17 months in 25% New French oak
Winemaker: Richard McIntyre & Jeremy Magyar
Viticulturist: Hugh Robinson
93 Points - Wine Enthusiast
"This wine is pretty and autumnal, a fragrant concoction of cherries, plums, sumac, wild herbs and flowers, dried leaves and damp earth after a soft rain. This softness carries through to the palate, but there's also a laser-like line of acidity lifting the fruit into tart, crunchy territory. Tannins are fine grained, supporting and not overwhelming. A phenolic bitter note rears up at the finish, but overall this is a textural, food-friendly wine to drink now or until 2026." -CP, 8/1/2019
91 Points - Wine Advocate
"Elegant strands of raspberry and pomegranate entwine earthy notes of roasted parsnip in the 2016 Pinot Noir. A blend selected from three vineyards, this medium-bodied, silky-textured effort is delicious now, and it should continue to drink well through at least 2023."