Medium opacity, certainly not a light Pinot. Explosive nose of cherry, rhubarb and violets. On the palate, that old world nose gave way to new world juiciness, freshness and very integrated tannins. Flavors of cherry, bramble, pie crust and cinnamon hit me at the onset. Towards the mid palate it ramps up with a great acidity with some strawberry marching in. The finish is long, with Kirsch and plenty of pH, alongside some oaky nuances. I like this wine, a lot. 91 points and 4 stars- you can find it for $32 which places it in the 4 star category. Cellar some and drink till 2026. Salut….