Bursting-with-berries aromas mingle with plum, fragrant violet and an alluring hint of caramel. A silky mouthful of bing cherry and pomegranate are woven together with a persistence of smooth caramel. This crowd pleaser is ripe, round and infinitely approachable.
The 2014 vintage was the hottest on record in the Willamette Valley to-date. In fact, it broke our previous record for heat accumulation, set in 2003. Daytime highs were certainly warm, but the average overnight temperature was also higher. Those two combined elements set the stage for an early harvest which occurred three to four weeks ahead of schedule.