Showcasing the rich diversity of the Anderson Valley, this exuberant wine displays fresh, enticing aromas of juicy raspberry, summer strawberry, and red plum, as well as hints of bramble, black tea, anise, sweet saddle leather, and a touch of salinity. On the palate, bright acidity and firm, chewy tannins converge to create a supple texture that accentuates the Bing cherry and blackberry pie flavors, with sophisticated notes of nutmeg, cardamom, and savory umami emerging on the finish to create a sumptuous and cerebral drinking experience.
91 Points - Wilfred Wong
The 2019 Goldeneye Anderson Valley Pinot Noir is nicely packed and stays elegant through the finish. This wine shows aromas and flavors of black fruits, earth, dust, and oak. Enjoy it with a grilled, well-seasoned roast leg of lamb.