The 2015 growing season was short and warm, leading to low yields of beautifully concentrated fruit. The wine that resulted from this unusual year is vibrant, intense and simultaneously youthful and drinkable.
The nose isn't shy, full of red fruit, cassis and hints of floral and chocolate notes. The first taste starts with a lush richness, followed by lively fresh tannins, and ends with a long and textured finish. There is a balanced, elegant quality to this wine that is a perfect reflection of our winemaking intent.
The tension of power and nuance in this wine calls for the same in a food pairing. Try it with a seared pork tenderloin and a bright pan sauce of balsamic vinegar and Dijon mustard.