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2014 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir (1 X 750 ML)
Spring Hill Vineyard is located in the Petaluma Gap, 30 miles north of San Francisco. It sits upon a small knoll ranging from 450-500 feet above sea level. Ample sun during the day, and cool nights, provide an optimal range of temperatures for the grapes to express great balance and flavors.
Nobles Vineyard produces Pinot Noir with vibrant red berry flavors and a supple, layered texture. The vineyards are on the eastern slopes of the second mountain ridge in from the Pacific Ocean, between 950 and 1,050 feet above sea level.
Horseshoe Bend Vineyards provides Pinot Noir with refreshing acidity. It sits 860 feet above sea level and above the daily coastal fog bank, just east of the town of Occidental, where consistent sunshine gently ripens the fruit throughout the growing season.
Aromas of black plum and cherry with notes of dried orange peel rise from the glass. The palate is supple, smooth, and coating with a juicy center, typical of the Sonoma Coast. Flavors of fresh blueberry, dark chocolate, and hints of coffee flow through a lingering finish.- Winemakers Sean Thompson and Hugh Davies
Velvety and showing a bite of oak, this wine blends grapes from Spring Hill Vineyard and Nobles Vineyard, with a small addition from Horseshoe Bend, a coastal site that contributes earthy salinity. Bright red fruit is layered and succulent, with an underlying richness that contrasts against the sizzling acidity.- Wine Enthusiast (February 1, 2017)
Rich and layered, focused on dense blackberry and wild berry notes, with attractive floral scents that add up to an enticing mouthful of Pinot, ending with chewy tannins. Drink now through 2021."- Wine Spectator (Online Only 2016)