"The 2014 Pinot Noir (Sonoma Coast) is a fabulous wine at this level. Sweet spices, rose petal, mint and succulent cherry/plum notes all lift from the glass. Supple and beautifully layered throughout, the Sonoma Coast hits all the right notes. A final burst of fruit rushes across the palate on the refreshing, inviting wine. There is so much to like." –Feb-16
Each lot is fermented and aged individually. Some fruit is fermented with whole clusters to provide additional structure and
aromatics to the final blend. Native yeasts are used for primary fermentation, and the finished wine is aged on its lees (10%
new French oak, 65% neutral French oak, 25% stainless steel). (4800 cases)
The 2014 Vintage while certainly the qualitative
equal of 2012 and 2013, has a rather different tone.
These wines are brooding, intense, elegant and
deeply textural. They are wines of meditation and
grace and will provide years of growing, fascinating
complexity. An incredible reminder of how precious
the relationships are, with their own vineyards and
the vineyards they source from.