The color is deep beet red with a waffle cone nose of concentrated cherry, spice, plum and grilled meat. Experientially, it’s almost as if you had got popped in the mouth in a cherry orchard at harvest — by which I mean, concentrated-saline- Bing cherry on vibrant acidity. The fine emery board texture beautifully meets the acid-laced structure and finishes long
100% barrel aged for 17 months in French oak: 15% new, 10% one year, 12% two year, 63% older. Racked and bottled, unfiltered in February of 2020.