One of the darkest wines we've ever seen from Obsidian Ridge (and that’s saying something), with aromas of fresh blackberry juice and black cherries laced with brown sugar. The texture is velvety smooth, and the wine is packed with generous fruit. Flavors of ripe black cherries and blackberries are complemented by intriguing hints of pencil lead shavings, roasted coffee beans and the bark of cedar. This is a massive wine that still holds its balance with graceful acid and tannin through the finish.
Big and dark with underlying freshness.
Big and dark with underlying freshness.9.0