Jan liked the nose and finish and commented on notes of plum and cherry. Ken called it a nice blend with a bit of smoke. Brian said "delicious, inky fruit with an aftertaste of plum stones and stewed prunes. Very enjoyable."
The grapes are the composer. Their variety and terroir establish the melody. The vineyard is the orchestra, the plants waking up each morning to the sounds of Mozart or Brahms. When they get in full swing, it’s a Beethoven.
Kim said it had "lots of peach, but not as refreshing as the first two." Alex thought it tasted more like a white. Brian called it exceptional at the price. It also scored about three stars and sells for $17.
After the doors opened in 2008, he would ask his dad each month how much money he could afford to spend. Every penny went into buying the best equipment he could afford. He now owns more than a million dollars worth of equipment, all paid for.