A multi-faceted nose of cherry, tobacco, violets and pastry introduces a wine with great purity of fruit. Its fresh, rounded notes of plums, currants and fresh candied cherries give way to finely balanced tannins in this elegant, bright wine.
Elk Cove is one of my favorite and most consistent Pinot Noir Producers from Oregon. You can drink this wine young or lay it down for a bit of time to really let it shine and give you even more depth and excitement. Right now it is showing great complexity with fruit forward cherries with a great earthy balance. Bright acidity gives the wine a lift with cherry and hints of oak spice moving it down the palate