The aromas of this wine sugget petrol and minerality. However, on the palate this wine is semi-sweet that include notes of honeysuckle and meyer lemon. The beautiful mingling of acid and sugar support the expressive fruitiness quite wonderfully.
There is no other type of grape varietal that needs as much careful attention as Pinot Noir. Pinot Noir either harvests well or fails. Pinot Noir expresses soil properties and mineral characteristics that the grapes are grown in. Therefore, a cooler climate is suitable for growing good quality Pinot Noir. Combined with the unique terroir and rich experience of grape growers, some of the highest quality Pinot Noir comes from the Santa Maria Valley.
Syrah is one of the oldest wine grape varieties, originating in France. The grape is round and dark purple with medium thick peel, flesh soft and juicy sweet and sour taste. Syrah is considered as the "Prince" among red grapes’ and grows well in warm climates.
New world meets old world with scents of raspberry, rose petal, dust and underbrush. Flavors of cranberry, spice, fennel and herb grow in intensity on the moderately long finish with welcoming tannins giving a drying finish.
Lushious blueberry, fresh leather and cured meats dominate the aromas of this young wine. Flavors of black pepper, plum and berry are upfront with a refreshing acidity and low alcohol resulting in a balanced wine that will open up in the coming years and become something very special.