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2015 Rodgers Creek Vineyard Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast

2015 Rodgers Creek Vineyard Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast

The 2015 vintage takes our Rodgers Creek Vineyard Pinot noir to another level! Loose clusters and tiny berries gave us a complex and layered Pinot noir that retains its signature earthy mushroom notes, while red fruit aromas and Asian spices explode from the glass. This vineyard is well suited for growing high-caliber Pinot noir. Perched on a ridge in the teeth of the Petaluma Gap, it takes the full brunt of the wind and fog that define this cool climate zone. This wine is a fabulous reflection of the vineyard site and its unique soils. In 2015 we whole-cluster fermented 15% of the Pommard clone, adding aromatic complexity and verve. Smooth texture and rich, silky tannins make it a pleasure to drink now, while giving the wine longevity.

First Vintage: 2008 Release: Spring Cases Produced: 775 $48.00

The 2015 vintage takes our Rodgers Creek Vineyard Pinot noir to another level! Loose clusters and tiny berries gave us a complex and layered Pinot noir that retains its signature earthy mushroom notes, while red fruit aromas and Asian spices explode from the glass. This vineyard is well suited for growing high-caliber Pinot noir. Perched on a ridge in the teeth of the Petaluma Gap, it takes the full brunt of the wind and fog that define this cool climate zone. This wine is a fabulous reflection of the vineyard site and its unique soils. In 2015 we whole-cluster fermented 15% of the Pommard clone, adding aromatic complexity and verve. Smooth texture and rich, silky tannins make it a pleasure to drink now, while giving the wine longevity.

First Vintage: 2008 Release: Spring Cases Produced: 775 $48.00

Accolades

93 points – Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
93 points – PinotFile
91 points – Wine Enthusiast

Rodgers Creek Vineyard

Sonoma Coast, Petaluma Gap

Rodgers Creek Vineyard sits at 300 feet above sea level, between Sonoma and Petaluma, in the teeth of the wind and fog of the Petaluma Gap. The vines grow in light, chalky volcanic ash soils in steep inclines. This causes natural vine stress and gives the wine high concentration levels.

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