The other wines produced by Curly Flat come under this Williams Crossing label. Loathe to say ‘second label’, really, as the consideration for these wines is more or less equal to the parent lines. Quaffability is high in the WC wines however.
Sort of a pop and slosh and don’t think just drink kind of feel here. Cherry cola scents with pickled cherry and a touch of briar. The palate is squeaky textured, bright in young, cherry fruitiness, a touch of anise and pepper, neat, crisp finish. It slides through the mouth with ease and finishes with a gulp of pinot 101 satisfaction. Spot on at the bucks it feels. Drink 2017-2021
90 Points - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front