October 2020: Maturing forest floor on the nose. Resolving palate. Drink.
January 2018: Integrating and delicious now. This is still improving but has really come together. Drink/Hold.
August 2015: Not as evolved as other ‘11s in our lineup. A bit tighter and less ripe. Needs time.
January 2015: This wine definitely needs cellar time. Do not open now. Hold.
February 2013: Like past vintages this has the charming intense fruit of the vineyard but the structure will need a few years in the cellar to completely integrate. With only 3 barrels produced from over 10 acres of vines this was our most heartbreaking bottling in 2011. Hold.