2014 Bacigalupi Pinot Noir
Bacigalupi Vineyard, Russian River Valley
On the vines of the historical Bacigalupi Vineyard, this whole-berry, native yeast fermented Pinot Noir grew to perfection. The nose captivates with scents of cinnamon spice, cola, black cherry, sweet toffee and vanillin. From the first sip, this wine sings of cherry pie: fruit-forward and warm from start to finish with plush character of plum, dark red berries and hints of chocolate. The ripe tannins and acidity of this unfined and unfiltered wine complement its richness, offering a lengthy, delicious experience. Cellared properly, this wine will age well to 2025 and beyond.
60 acres (Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Petite Sirah) 904 vines Pinot Noir planted in 2005 Soil Type: Sebastopol Clay Loam
Russian River Valley
March 21, 2016
Food Pairing Notes
This versatile and sophisticated wine confidently pairs with delicate poached salmon, creamy mushroom risotto or tender Carnitas sliders.