(From 2013 Vintage) The Pinot Noir used to craft this delicious wine was sourced from Sonoma County’s renowned Russian River Valley viticultural appellation. The Russian River empties into the Pacific Ocean and serves as a channel for the cool ocean fog to move inland from the coast. The soil combined with the ocean’s cooling influence creates ideal conditions for growing Pinot Noir
Fresh fruit aromas of cherries and red currants followed by subtle aromas of nutmeg and forest floor; excellent acid balance with smooth and supple tannins. Food Pairing: Wonderfully versatile on the table, this Pinot Noir can be served with a wide range of foods, including pork, chicken, lamb and salmon.
Wine & SpiritsBreathe in the oak and apple wood smoke, breathe out the scents of cherry skin. This wine is tight and light in body, yet there's a gelatin thickness backing up the texture. The fruit is shut down and needs to grow into that texture - as it may well do over the coming year.