Brother From Another Mother is co-fermented Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley and Nebbiolo from the Columbia Valley in the Columbia River Gorge. This produces a dynamic wine that should pair well with just about anything. Pasta night at home? Check. Burgers or steak on the grill? Check. Pizza night? Check. Chugging straight from the bottle? Check. Tuna poke? Heck, it probably would work. "Crushable" is the word that comes to mind when drinking BFAM. We like to serve this at cellar temp, meaning around 58 degrees. So, if it's hot out, this wine is fine to hang out in the cooler or fridge for a bit. No need for it to be fully cold by any means, but at the right temp, this wine sings. And while this wine is definitely a vibrant and super fun drink right away, we believe it has the guts to age a bit. That said, if you drink all up right away, we would not blame you.
Aromas of highbush cranberry, roses, wild strawberry, and sage, leading into vibrant flavors of wild strawberries, cranberry, raspberry, white pepper, and summer savory, finishing with delicate tannins and the energy of tart red fruit. We consider this potentially our most moreish effort to date.