As you would expect, in the greatest of vintages, our Finn bottling naturally rises to the top. It’s a wine that will be lovely this winter but even better in five years, then at its apogee in eight to ten. Just as the wine expresses these vineyards’ two distinct soil types: silty/sandy and clay/loam, so too the wine shows the dual sides of local Pinot Noir: bright and effusive balancing and offsetting deep and expansive. It’s most similar in style and quality to 2018 and 2014, our two finest prior efforts. This is one of those wines that we don’t need to dissect or over-analyze, let’s just enjoy it for the sheer quality and pleasure it offers.