2007 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

2007 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

This wine is crafted from a collection of distinctive vineyards all located in the Sonoma Coast appellation. The Sullivan Vineyard is a planting of the Pommard clone and is located on Skagg’s Island in the San Francisco Bay. Our block in the Fedrick Vineyard, located off Lakeville Highway near Petaluma, is planted exclusively in clone 777. The Windsor Oaks Vineyard contributes clones 115, 459, 667 and 777, and clone 777 from the Sangiacomo Vineyard on Roberts Road rounds out the blend.
2007 was a landmark vintage for Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. All four vineyards used in creating this blend benefitted from idyllic temperature and rainfall conditions. The fruit ripened at a near perfect pace, enabling Erich to call the picks with optimal precision. The quality of all four components has exceeded expectations, and the wine has integrated nicely, producing multiple layers of flavor and texture.
This is a pretty wine. Aromas of fresh strawberries and raspberries with a touch of minerality lead to hints of forest floor as it fills your mouth. This wine is medium-bodied with nice balance, crisp acidity, and flavors that linger on your palate as you crave the next sip. And at $36, this wine is a terrific value for your wine-buying dollar!

First Vintage: 2004 Release: Spring Cases Produced: $39.00

This wine is crafted from a collection of distinctive vineyards all located in the Sonoma Coast appellation. The Sullivan Vineyard is a planting of the Pommard clone and is located on Skagg’s Island in the San Francisco Bay. Our block in the Fedrick Vineyard, located off Lakeville Highway near Petaluma, is planted exclusively in clone 777. The Windsor Oaks Vineyard contributes clones 115, 459, 667 and 777, and clone 777 from the Sangiacomo Vineyard on Roberts Road rounds out the blend.
2007 was a landmark vintage for Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. All four vineyards used in creating this blend benefitted from idyllic temperature and rainfall conditions. The fruit ripened at a near perfect pace, enabling Erich to call the picks with optimal precision. The quality of all four components has exceeded expectations, and the wine has integrated nicely, producing multiple layers of flavor and texture.
This is a pretty wine. Aromas of fresh strawberries and raspberries with a touch of minerality lead to hints of forest floor as it fills your mouth. This wine is medium-bodied with nice balance, crisp acidity, and flavors that linger on your palate as you crave the next sip. And at $36, this wine is a terrific value for your wine-buying dollar!

First Vintage: 2004 Release: Spring Cases Produced: $39.00

Accolades

95 points – Pinot Report

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