October 2020: Fully resolved, drinking well.
January 2015: Can be opened if given air but will be better in a few year’s time. Drink/Hold.
February 2013: Family Farm is on a roll. After 3 years of dry farming and some changes to better suited clonal selections, this vineyard is really in great shape. The 2010 is a great example with its loamy, red fruited nose and forest floor notes. The sappy red fruit is elegant and deep on the palate. Soft tannins allow this to drink well early yet improve with age.