These 667 vines are at the highest point in the vineyard and were the first to be picked. Putting nose to glass, we get strawberry, black raspberry, Rainier cherry, dried grass and balsa wood. While the aromas might be a little shy coming out of the glass, on the palate there is dark fruit — and plenty of it. Black cherry, blueberry and more of that black raspberry are balanced by vibrant acidity to make this a very compelling wine. The medium finish will lengthen with time in the bottle.
Cases produced: 71 cases
Vineyard: Cartograph Estate