Cherry Pie
Combing three regions, each in its own distinct AVA, Cherry Pie Pinot Noir dazzles in its rich, layered, sensory excellence and is redolent of the flavors and aromas of something delicious baking in a warm kitchen – comforting, inviting and with its rich, dense, dark fruit flavors, as American as – well, Cherry Pie.

The Sonoma County grapes are primarily sourced from the Russian River Valley which is a warmer growing climate for Pinot Noir that results in lush juicy fruit flavors with an undertone of minerality from the soil. The grapes from Monterey County are sourced from the Alta Loma vineyard and Arroyo Loma vineyard which overlook the Salinas River Valley and are planted on gravelly loam soil, which creates rich, concentrated earthly flavors in the fruit. The Santa Barbara County grapes are from the Los Alamos Vineyard which lies tucked into a canyon that leads directly to the Pacific Ocean. The sandy soils, bright sunshine and cool ocean breezes combine to lengthen fruit ripening and extend hang time, resulting in intense aromatics and great acidity
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