The Prisoner Wine Company has introduced a new wine to its portfolio: Eternally Silenced — the brand’s first pinot noir.
Eternally Silenced has aromas of pine needles, cranberries, dark cherry, clove and brown spice, the company says, followed by red berry flavors with structure and tannins on the palate.
Each bottle is hand-dipped in wax, partially obscuring the figure on its label.
Eternally Silenced ships out to retailers and on-premise accounts this month. The suggested retail price is $54.99 per 750-ml. bottle.
The Prisoner Wine Company produces blends from grapes from California.