WINEMAKING: The 2015 vintage was one of incredible quality but minimal yields. Several years of California drought led to less water for the vines during the growing season. This produced smaller grapes, resembling blueberries, giving the wine both intense color and flavor. This vintage promises a wine rich in color with fragrant aromas and extracted flavors.
TASTING NOTES: Aromas of vanilla, cassis and menthol lift from the glass. On the palate, an array of red and dark berries are met with a medium-bodied, silky finish.
FOOD PAIRING: Butternut Pinot Noir pairs well with grilled salmon, roasted chicken with seasonal vegetables, or a hearty beef stew.
WINEMAKER: Tony Leonardini
VARIETAL: Pinot Noir
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