Very dark and intensely flavored, this wine fairly bursts with aromas and flavors of black cherry and smoke. Part of the vineyard is planted to a Burgundian-styled high-density block of Dijon 114 clone, which contributes to the mouthfeel and concentration of fruit. This is the first crop off Eola Hills' new Wolf Hill Vineyard.
Food and Wine Pairing: Try this Pinot Noir with Grilled Tuna and Eggplant Marmalade. Accent food pairings with ginger, thyme and fresh rosemary. One of our favorites is a Peppered Catfish and Couscous. This wine has good balance and can go with a wide variety of grilled or smoked foods such as duck or a roasted vegetable salad.