The label on this lists Santa Ynez Valley which is in Santa Barbara County, California. The grapes were grown there and then shipped to Ohio where the wine was produced. Interestingly, the label also indicates that this is only sold in Ohio. Garnet in color, purple at the core, mostly clear and bright. The nose is tight but shows boysenberries, cherries, and a bit of cedar on the nose. Medium bodied. Strong backbone of acidity. On the palate, black cherries and slight boysenberries. This will work better with food. Cassoulet would be a good choice. This is cooler climate in style and if served blind, I might guess Crozes Hermitage or a better Cotes du Rhone due to the acidity. Drink over the next couple of years.