Forever with Pinot in a slow poem throw. This bottle, no aside. Altogether continuous and contiguous with my chase of Burgundy… light but not passive, and formidable, in no way invasive or overstepping. This character shows and tells what Santa Lucia Highlands holds and is bold enough to play for us. Each sip a new track and in each track a new octave set and key colony. Light and beat-driven, with its separatist raspberry steps and solicitous clefs. A Pinot to not let be disturbed. Why pair with any food? She’s artful, autonomously. And she continues with her playful nots and random, light percussion.