95 points Vinous: "Assertive red and blue fruit aromas are complemented by suave floral and incense notes and a hint of smokiness. Juicy and animated on the palate, offering appealingly sweet raspberry, cherry and boysenberry flavors that deepen through the midpalate. Shows excellent clarity and floral lift on the impressively long, precise finish, which leaves allspice and cola notes behind."
2014 vintage note
93 points Wine Spectator: "Focused, expressive and refined, layering the generous currant, blackberry, tobacco and dill flavors into a seamless package, rolling gently into a long finish against lightly prickly tannins. Best from 2018 through 2024."
Bethel Heights' Justice Vineyard is starting to reach maturity, resulting in expressive, dark-fruited wines with great structure.
2010 vintage note
Aromas of blackberries, currants, green peppercorns, with hints of ceder and black olives. The palate has a firm, concentrated profile of black cherries, rhubarb, and damp earth over a vibrant core of acidity. The tannins are fine grained and subtle in the mid-palate but gain weight in the mouth and carry the wine to a long finish. This vintage is built to age, and I suspect 2018 will be just the beginning for this wine. - Ben Casteel