This is in a great place. If you have a few, I would recommend trying one now. It was an awesome pairing with Osso Bucco and great by itself as well. Very smooth.
Decanted for about 2 hours, a little bit of bricking, with some fine sediment.
I would characterize the nose as herbal moreso than floral but am not totally bought in to that. We thought herbal, like mint but not, like eucalyptus but not, my wife ended up suggesting lavender though not terribly intense. Like a freshly pulled weed in a way. It also gives off some chalky mineral scents and a little bit of smoke.
On the palate it has some soft red berry fruits, hints of tar or cherry tobacco (but not strongly cherry), lots of minerality, a little bit of tanginess on the finish. The finish kind of lingers for awhile.
This is delightful. I put a note to wait after the bottle I had last October, but it's in a great spot now. Canary Hill is probably my favorite Ken Wright vineyard. Delicate and crisp with red berry fruit, some smokiness, and some nice spicy background. The finish lingers. Served with rillettes and with butter braised pork chops. Awesome.