Goldeneye Pinot Noir has always been a great wine with fairly significant body and fruit yet it's always in balance. This 2015 is another such vintage with the classic body, texture and overall fruit quality. It was aged for 16 months in 55% new and 45% second year French oak barrels, however the oak is well integrated and only adds to the overall plush, rich texture. Winemaker, Michael Accurso describes it as a wine that "Combining the lush fruit of our warmer Anderson Valley estate vineyards with the rustic elegance of grapes from the cooler “deep end” of the valley. This is a rich and beautifully textured Pinot Noir with velvety tannins and bright acidity. On the palate, flavors of candied cherry and dark plum are underscored by deeper notes of forest floor. The finish is long and supple, with lively fruit and just a touch of French oak."