Both elegant and inviting, this wine displays lovely aromas of wildflowers, citrus peel and juicy peach, with a pleasant undercurrent of zesty minerality. On the palate, good weight and a supple texture marries seamlessly with this wine’s bright, natural acidity, providing a subtle framework for the generous Key lime pie and tropical flavors.
2019 began with a wet winter and early spring that led to a later-than-average bud break, and a fruit set featuring small clusters with beautifully concentrated berries. Dry conditions and moderate temperatures throughout late spring and summer were followed by a warm August that allowed us to achieve excellent ripeness. Our Pinot Noir harvest began in midSeptember and was finished by mid-October, with the wines showing deep, rich colors, lovely aromatics and generous fruit.