Floral and spice focused. The highest natural tannins of all our sedimentary sites with briary, tobacco, and fresh-turned Earth qualities.
Artwork shows Ken Wright Cellars' public barrel tasting.
"Bursting with candied black cherry aromas, the medium-bodied, wonderfully expressive 2003 Pinot Noir McCrone Vineyard is a wine of considerable density of fruit. On the palate, it exhibits waves of syrupy dark cherries, cassis liqueur, and candied raspberries whose flavors linger in its prolonged finish."
The Wine Advocate