Seven Hills (Walla Walla) fruit, with an edgy, slightly herbal, tannic structure. The fruit is a mix of red berries, and there is lots of mixed clove and cinnamon spice from the barrels. It's nicely blended, and layered, though probably not for the long haul. Just 80 cases were made.
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