Dark cherry, cedar and earth aromas. A succulent, full bodied palate of forest fruit and floral notes. This classic Merlot has fine grained tannins that are present in the long finish.
Langhorne Creek enjoys a history that dates back to the 1860's. The river delta landscape that showcases spectacular vineyard sites and has a large collection of generational wine growing families, contributing to the winemaking culture of the region.
Langhorne Creek wineries are known for producing wine that is approachable reasonably early, and for cellaring (approximately) to mid-term, rather than long term. That being said, some of the more traditional, generational Langhorne Creek wineries have marquee wines that are known to cellar for extremely long periods, with great drinking success.