We particularly enjoyed a 2011 fruit-forward but earthy Tempranillo with its strong berry nose that carried through to the palate. But the hit of the tasting for us was a rich, bold Refosco, with its rich berry and plum tastes—a rare wine in the US that is usually grown in Italy.
His wines will be made for the market, but at the same time to his palate. He believes there's a place for sweet wines and rosés, as long as they're done right. He wants his wines to be food friendly, easy to drink and not out of reach on the budget.