If you love Edna Valley-grown Pinot as I do, you’ll want to taste this one. Forward aromas and flavors of black cherry and blackberry are highlighted with elegant notes of raspberry and citrus notes, with a thread of spice, signature characteristics of Chamisal Vineyard fruit. This delicious Pinot Noir won’t be around much longer, and each time I’ve tried it I’ve been impressed. It’s aging quite nicely. Winemaker Fintan du Fresne is enthusiastic about the 2008 Pinot coming out in fall, but until then the 2007 is still available. Get it while you can, at $38 retail, at the tasting room on Orcutt Road. It’s a great choice for rack of lamb, prime rib, or seared peppered ahi, and totally irresistible on its own.