This wine is $16 at the winery, but it looks like it's sold out through them. Perhaps it can be found in a local retail shop though.
A very nice nose - cherry and cola, two things I like to see, or smell in this case.
Nearly perfectly balanced with a very Old World quality to it - I notice myself saying, or implying, this about many Michigan red wines. A definite earth and even a graphite quality, solid acid, but by no means overwhelming - I would say this is an earthy wine for those hesitant about "earthy" qualities. You got your cherry, you got your cola, you got a bit of sassafras, you got your dirt - it really comes together nicely.
A bit of a raspberry thing comes out on the finish, which fades off to blackberry.
At $16 this is screaming - alas, the vintage is sold out from the winery. If you find it, snag it.