Winemaker Thomas Brown produced 149 cases of this 2018 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. In planting this vineyard in 2007, they chose two different California Heritage clones, Swan and Calera, to produce a distinct wine that reflects the soil and climate. “This Pinot Noir has leagues of depth and aromatic notes of forest floor, cassis, and cinnamon. On the palate, notes of plum, cranberry compote, rosemary, oolong tea and a zesty acidity draw out into a clean perfumed finish.” The far reaches of the Sonoma Coast tend to produce wines with distinctive notes driven by the unyielding conditions of their locale. From this vineyard you can see the Pacific Ocean, which puts the site near the fringe of where it is possible for nature to allow the cultivation of wine grapes.