2021 Nightwing Vineyard Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast

2021 Nightwing Vineyard Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast

Nightwing Vineyard is located at 1,200 feet elevation on a windy mountainside at the eastern edge of the Petaluma Gap within the cool Sonoma Coast appellation. The vineyard gets its name primarily from the variety of winged creatures that come alive as the sun sets. Sojourn’s vineyard blocks were planted in 2017 to Pommard clone as well as Dijon clones 115, 667, and 828. The Pommard clone provides a deep, rich core of bold fruit, with the others adding layers of complexity and balance. This vineyard is meticulously farmed by the same team that farms nearby Gap’s Crown Vineyard. 2021 was our first vintage making wine from this exceptional young vineyard destined to become an icon of the region. We are thrilled to share this inaugural bottling with you.

First Vintage: 2021 Release: Fall 2022 Cases Produced: 450 $54.00

Nightwing Vineyard is located at 1,200 feet elevation on a windy mountainside at the eastern edge of the Petaluma Gap within the cool Sonoma Coast appellation. The vineyard gets its name primarily from the variety of winged creatures that come alive as the sun sets. Sojourn’s vineyard blocks were planted in 2017 to Pommard clone as well as Dijon clones 115, 667, and 828. The Pommard clone provides a deep, rich core of bold fruit, with the others adding layers of complexity and balance. This vineyard is meticulously farmed by the same team that farms nearby Gap’s Crown Vineyard. 2021 was our first vintage making wine from this exceptional young vineyard destined to become an icon of the region. We are thrilled to share this inaugural bottling with you.

First Vintage: 2021 Release: Fall 2022 Cases Produced: 450 $54.00

Nightwing Vineyard

Sonoma Coast, Petaluma Gap

Nightwing Vineyard is located at 1,200 feet elevation on a windy mountainside at the eastern edge of the Petaluma Gap within the cool Sonoma Coast appellation. The vineyard gets its name from the variety of winged creatures that come alive as the sun sets over the vines.  Sojourn’s four blocks were planted in 2017 to Pommard clone as well as Dijon clone’s 115, 667, and 828. The Pommard clone provides a deep, rich core, with the others adding layers of complexity and robust fruit flavors.  

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