Lovely cherry aromas on the nose, with floral hints. On the palate, deep cherry and raspberry lead on the palate, with a touch of cranberry adding a lilting brightness on the mid-palate. Tannins are fine. Red fruit lingers. This is a very well made and well balanced wine, which can pair with almost anything on the table, and would truly sing with lamb. Highly Recommended. 92 points.


WHO: Ghosthill Cellars
WHAT: Pinot Noir
DESIGNATION: “Prospector’s Reserve”
WHERE: Yamhill-Carlton, Oregon
HOW MUCH: $55   (media sample)

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