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2019 Pinot NoirSonoma Coast
Grown on our estates cool climate clay loam, gravel soils, this Pinot tastes of bing cherries, dried cranberry, a hint of vanilla, black tea, and plums. Medium-bodied with subtle oak.
Swirl and breathe in the earthy smell of a California redwood forest floor. Swirl again and taste bing cherries, dried cranberry, a hint of vanilla, black tea, and plums. Theyre all there in this juicy, complex, food-friendly nectar of the Sonoma Coast gods. Medium-bodied with subtle oak, this 100% estate-grown pinot has personality and is the perfect date for your next dinner party.
Eight miles north of San Pablo Bay, the Bundschu familys 161+ year-old vineyard wraps around the southwest slopes of the Mayacamas Mountains. The terrain below 150 foot elevation features gently sloping Huichica clay loam soils with gravel deposits and cooler growing conditions that deliver minerality and focused acidity. Wines grown in these blocks bear the Sonoma Coast designation to reflect their cool climate character. Nine distinct blocks of Pinot Noir were harvested separately. 20% of the blend comes from 40+ year-old Heritage Selections and 80% from Dijon clones 667, 115 and 777.
Hand-harvested in cool morning hours
Indigenous malolactic fermentation
Indigenous and RC212 yeast strains
- Wine Type:
- Red Wine
- Pinot Noir
- Varietal Composition:
- 100% Pinot Noir
- Sonoma Coast
- TA 5.52g/100ml
- Barrel Aging:
- 100% French, 30% New
- Alcohol %:
Retail $47.00 | 15-20% off for Bacchus Club Members