October 2020: In a beautiful spot, red fruited and earthy with round tannins.
February 2018: Dark fruit with some earth and tobacco showing, this has entered a nice drinking window and should drink well for years. Drink
January 2016: This is the first Bearwallow to include our new plantings of low-vigor, heritage selections of Pinot Noir and we feel it is the best Bearwallow yet. The supple red-fruited entry finishes with Bearwallow’s trademark pronounced spice. It is absolutely delicious now and we fully expect it to always drink well. Drink/Hold.