Much like camping after the fall rain, comes a dark, clean wine breathing fresh eucalyptus, earth, and cedar. Muddiness meets the palate, along with wild blue and black berries scavenged from the native overgrown thorn filled bushes of central California. Plum, tea leaf, and white pepper linger on the tongue and in no rush lead to a surprisingly acidic finish complimented with powderly Nilla Wafer tannins. To be savored and enjoyed with close friends and foggy evenings. Pair with chicken, yellow bell pepper, and Nameko mushroom kabobs with a yakiniku sauce.