Medium ruby-purple colored, the 2015 Pinot Noir Sangiacomo Vineyard Green Label gives earthy/meaty notes of fertile loam, tree bark over a core of red currants and mulberries. Medium to full-bodied, it has a relatively restrained, earthy palate with a solid backbone of chewy tannins and black tea notes coming through on the finish.
The 15 Platinum Label shows a dark ruby color with a big luscious mouthfeel due to the intense drought we experienced that year, with notes of violets, tart cherry, red currant and subtle earthiness.
The Weir Vineyard property is located about 7 miles south of Boonville in the Anderson Valley.
Located on some of in the Russian River Valley’s alluvial bench soils, Nunes Vineyard’s
cooling fog influences from two directions; the Pacific Ocean and the Bay.
The 2014 Black Label has a dark ruby color, a nice nose of sweet, cinnamon-infused black cherry fruit, and medium to full body. This is a classic example of what Russian River Pinot Noir is all about.
The 2015 Purple Label from Silver Pines Vineyard, Sonoma Mountain displays big brambly notes of blackberry and raspberry, with forest floor, roasted herbs, and cola notes, medium body and soft tannins.
Cherry, dried cranberry and cola mark the aroma and flavor profile of this wine, made from multiple vinyards along the appelation’s River Road. Juicy in red cherry, it lingers in fleshy acidity and shows a heady ripeness that overflows on the palate.