Aromas of ripe raspberry and strawberry with underlying notes of stonefruit, cedar, and rose petals. The palate is pure raspberries and Royal Anne cherries with orange zest and just a flicker of oak spice in the background. This wine is balanced by a bright and balancing core of acidity and fine grain tannins that will help this wine age gracefully over the next decade.
In the Eola Hills of Oregonís Willamette Valley, the first vines at Bethel Heights were planted in 1977. Twin brothers, Ted and Terry Casteel, and their partners, Pat Dudley and Marilyn Webb, decided to turn their passion for wine and winemaking into a life-changing career and found what they were looking for.
Wine Spectator (WS): 90
"Polished, light and immensely appealing for its pretty raspberry, cream and floral aromas and flavors, lingering easily on the sleek finish ..."