Sonoma Coast

Pinot Noir


A cooler climate and more rainfall than other parts of Sonoma County make the Sonoma Coast ideal for growing cool-climate varieties like Pinot Noir.


The delicate Pinot Noir fruit is gently pressed and fermented before aging in French oak barrels, bringing forth the variety’s nuanced layers of flavor.

Tasting Notes:

Deeply concentrated aromas of strawberry jam and black cherry, with subtle hints of cola and spice, framed by a palate of cherry, cranberry, toffee, leather and tobacco.

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