We sourced the fruit for this bottling from Lost Creek Vineyard. This family farmed vineyard, planted with a mix of Pommard and Dijon clones 666 and 777, is always one of the last vineyards picked in the Yorkville Highlands region. The long hang time provides ripe fruit flavors. Aromas of warm cherry-rhubarb pie, orange peel, and hints of brioche. Round and full on the palate with forward flavors of pomegranate, and strawberries and cream giving way to more subtle notes of green tea leaves and baking spices. Bright acidity focuses the long-lasting fruit on the finish. Aged 14 months in all French oak (20% new).
Cases Produced 568. Alcohol 14.2%, TA 5.6 g/L, pH 3.83