Kutch Falstaff Pinot Noir 2015
Falstaff sits towards the extreme edge of the pacific ocean and is easily our coldest site. In 2001 owners Ron and Judy Lougheed planted the Goldridge soils to 3 different clones of Pinot Noir. Today they have managed to cultivate some of the most intense and smallest clusters of fruit we receive. With berries often the size of peas, our tiny yields are often below 1 ton per acre and while economics are challenged, the quality is bountiful.
|Region||California, Sonoma County, Sonoma Coast|
Wine SpectatorNotably elegant and graceful, with a distinctive mix of herb, spice and earthy, gravelly, savory underbrush notes amid light cherry-berry accents. Drink now. 270 cases made.