A consistently well-crafted Pinot Noir at a great price point, the 2018 vintage of the â€œRed Capâ€ is no exception. The favorable growing season offered lovely fruit and resulted in wine with classically Oregon aromas and flavors. Wafts of wet earth, blackberry jam, dark plum and a hint of vanilla swirl forth from this garnet-hued beauty. A mouthful of black cherry, loganberry, pomegranate, and a touch of smokiness linger endlessly on a nicely structured foundation of sturdy tannin and judicious acidity. Definitely age-worthy, but ready to drink now.