Declassified Foggy Hill with nothing else, so it’s essentially the 2015 Foggy Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir in different livery. The wine has a bolder feel to it. A warm start and a cool, long finish. The tannins are pronounced, holding the palate with plushness and gently muscly push and thicker tannins. More playful fleshy fruit, but it doesn’t have the concentration. Screw cap. Drink now.