The current release of the 2008 Sherwood Pinot Noir has the makeup to be a real beauty. It possesses a deep dark purple, reddish color along with outstanding fruit purity. Although a bit young and primary this has some serious depth and delineation to its fruit. Bright and vibrant this combines lots of riveting dark cherry, raspberry and loganberry fruit kissed with a touch of spice. What gives this wine so much appeal is its bright, tangy fruit that although quite youthful, has noted persistence and vibrancy in the palate. With a little bit of air time it fleshes out nicely and really shows some impressive fruit intensity. Give this a few more months to come together and then enjoy it for 3-4 years after that. If you try it young decant it to let it open up. It's quite impressive.
Loved the light fruity taste of this Pinot. Perfect for anytime of the year.
I agree with Rob Avezzano. For this price point you can't find a better Pinot Noir. For the summer months it is refreshing, light to medium body and very aromatic. Kudoos to Sherwood.
This wine tastes like a 40 to 50 dollar bottle of wine nice ripe and fruity flavor need to open and decanter 30 to 40 minutes before you serve.