The 2006 Pinot Noir Peay Vineyard offers hints of tobacco leaf intermixed with red currant, sweet cherry, crushed rocks, and spring flowers. It is well-made, seemingly lower in acidity than some of the other wines, but solidly made and deep. It should drink nicely for 5-7 years. (RP)
A cool, pretty and airy red berry fruit nose precedes delicious, vibrant and lightly mineral-suffused middle weight flavors that culminate in a tangy finish that is at present mildly drying though I suspect that it will eventually smooth out. Once again, I offer the benefit of the doubt.
This is one of the winery’s more elegant, sensual wines. What it does not possess in sheer power it more than makes up for in hedonistic delight. Racy and silky, it excites the palate with intricate layers of black raspberry and cherry tart, cola, Asian spices and smoky oak. The finish goes on and on and on.
Deep ruby color. Strikingly pure aromas of blackberry, blueberry, Asian spices and fresh flowers. Broad, deep and sweet, offering vivid red and dark berry flavors, silky texture and a bright kick of minerals on the back end. Leaves a strong spicy quality behind, along with an echo of blackberry. This is really delicious.
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