Tasting Notes: Rich ruby red in color. Lifted aromatics of rose petal, wild raspberry and blackberry, cinnamon and nutmeg spice jump from the glass, with lavender and earthiness following. The palate is spicy, with great length. The Te Muna Road minerality drives through the middle of the palate, showcasing the delicate, ripe gypsum tannins that were gently extracted from the skins during ferment. 94 Points/Excellent, Cameron Douglas, MS Final Blend: 100% Pinot Noir Case Production: Only 800 cases produced Pair With: Barbecued beef tenderloin stuffed with olive tapenade and pancetta Hold Time: Enjoy now or hold up to 10 years Alcohol by Volume: 13.5% Cheers to another unique, vegan wine club find!