My 1st sample from Amelia Ceja was awesome and the 2nd was just as good. The 2006 Pinot Noir was an excellent wine and one where I wished the bottle would never end.
Straight from the cellar into the glass I could smell the aroma of plum, dark cherry (love cherry) and finally spice. What impressed me was how those aroma's married together. When the wine warmed slightly the cherry/spice combination was dominant and honestly I could smell the wine all day vs tasting (yes that would be crazy and glad you are all awake).
Excellent wine folks. Dark cherry followed by a hint of plum and then finishes nicely with spice. Each taste the cherry can always be identified start to finish. Amazing smooth wine which I rank up at the top of my list as favorite Pinot's. Ceja wine is a must to have on hand and serve for holiday gatherings.
Finally a huge thank you to Amelia Ceja for allowing me the opportunity to taste/blog Ceja Vineyard wines. I've become a huge fan and you will as well.