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Santa Barbara County is one of the most diverse growing areas on the West Coast. With soil diversity and unique micro climates, it is exciting to explore and combine different vineyards to make a wine that captures the whole region.

2020 Pinot Noir, Santa Barbara County

  • Wild strawberry, cherry and tart cranberry fill the nose with hints of forestfloor and dark spice. The palate is full of bright berry fruit and spice, yetdelicate and structured.


    • 46% Cottonwood Canyon Vineyard(Sustainable Farmed), 33%Presqu'ile Vineyard(Organic Farming), 14% DonnachadhVineyard(Organic Farming), 7% John Sebastiano Vineyard (OrganicFarming)
    •  322 cases produced
    •  Clones 113/115/667/Pommard
    •  10% Whole Cluster
    •  Ave. 7 day cold soak
    •  10% New French Oak, tight grain
    •  Average of 14 days on the skins between lots   
    •  11 months aging on lees
    •  No fining or filtration
    •  Basket press
    •  Gravity movements

    Alc. 13.2% | pH 3.55 | Total Acid: 6.0g/l



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