Pinot Noir


Brewer Clifton – Santa Rita Hills | $62
Neutral barrels for our estate whole cluster fermentation

Emeritus – Russian River | $19/$68
Noted for a bolder character than a classic Pinot Noir

Foxen “John Sebastian Vineyards – Santa Rita Hils | $99
New oak, aging for 16 months, a rich wine

Kenwood “Six Ridges” – Russian River | $15/$62
High-toned tart red fruit is overtly ripe and the wine full bodied in style

Landmark – Sonoma | $12/$45
Blueberry and black cherry flavors in this full-bodied wine

Merry Edwards – Russian River | $95
Aged sur lie for nine months in 55% new French oak

Milagro – Corrales | $51
Balanced acidity with fine tannin on a long finish

Patz & Hall – Sonoma Coast | $77
Bing cherry, strawberry, carnation flowers and licorice

Shug – Carneros | $48
Balanced with ripe flavors, silky texture and crisp acidity


Domaine Drouhin – Dundee Hills | $72
Hand-picked and sorted with four-level gravity flow 

PINOT NOIR/Washington

Benton Lane – Willamette Valley | $11/$42
True expression of cool-climate Oregon pinot noir 

Milgrano – Corrales | $48
Lighter in color than Cab, of which it is the parent

Pedroncelli “Barrel Select” – Sonoma } $39
lighter in color and lower in tannin than cabnert Sauv

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