||The availability of this product is limited and subject to change. Wine Enthusiast Review. Rated 93. Shows the elegantly crisp, almost austere structure of the winery's 2009s, courtesy of the cool vintage. Tight at first in acids and tannins, as it warms it gives off deep layers of sour cherries, cola, pomegranates and rhubarbs, all of them dry, earthy fruits that sing of the soil. Should develop bottle complexity through 2015. BR>. Wine Tasting Notes. It's classic Green Valley: vivid berries, super fresh, deep and nuanced. While this is not our coldest vineyard (Devil's and Freestone would take that honor), it has the highest natural acidity of our Pinots, which along with the perfectly resolved tannins of the vintage, supports a wine of exceptional freshness and structure. The wine leads with aromas of dense, juicy raspberry, with notes of sassafras and rhubarb. The longer it sits in the glass the more concentrated it becomes, while still holding its essential brightness. In the mouth, its flavors are mouth-coating, starting with sour cherry, raspberry and blueberry, and followed by cherry and sassafras on the long, sweet, persistent finish. The wine is striking for its wonderful combination of richness and freshness. Its concentration and depth lets it stand up to hearty meat dishes, while its intricacy has it just as at home with a piece of tuna or a snack of bread and fresh cheeses.