Product DescriptionWine Spectator Review
This has a svelte texture, with refined flavors of cherry pastry and ripe raspberry that are flanked by luscious sandalwood accents. The burnished finish features juicy richness, with plenty of spice and vanilla notes. Drink now through 2024.
Wine Tasting Notes
From the far reaches of Mendocino, this powerful Bravium Anderson Valley Pinot Noir is laden with varietally correct black cherry aromas and flavors. Ruby red color with aromas of lavender, wild berry, woodsmoke, damp soil, and the aforementioned black cherry. A soft, juicy entry delivers intense berry patch flavors, with caramel and forest floor hints. Sappy and savory whole cluster-derived notes, with medium acidity. Fine-grained tannins join spice notes on the creamy, beautifully layered mid-palate. This balanced Pinot Noir has a great core of red fruit, stellar focus, just enough grip, and a complex finish.
100% Pinot Noir