The 2007 season began dry, about 60% of normal precipitation with some very cold days and
single-digit nighttime temperatures around the New Year holiday. Temperatures were warmer than
normal as winter continued into spring with resulting earlier budding, bloom and set in the vineyards across all varieties. The summer months continued on the mild to cool side, with few days
topping 100 degrees. There was a brief period of heat that spiked around Labor Day, but the
temperatures cooled after several days. This year clusters, as well as individual berries on the
clusters – though set at a normal quantity – were notably smaller in all varieties due to the dry
Our Pinot Noir is fresh, vibrant and inviting with flavors of ripe cherry, clove spice and caramel.
Notable silky textures and lingering finish provide elegant balance and finesse to this soft wine.