Sashi Moorman and Rajat Parr make their Pinots taste effortlessly elegant, but it’s a fine-tuned approach in the cellar and ultra-attentive viticulture that achieve those mouthwatering results. Their estate bottling is like a juicy cross between Burgundy’s Volnay and Beaujolais’ Morgon. (CD)
Rajat Parr and Sashi Moorman farm several former Evening Land vineyards, planted in 2007 in the far western Santa Rita Hills. You can taste the extremity of these cool, windy sites in the wine: a salty crunch, the acidity bright and appetizing, like biting into pomegranate seeds, the aromas clean and invigorating, like rosemary and borage. It’s a coastal match for white fish, like halibut or seabass.
The 2014 Pinot Noir (Sta. Rita Hills) is an absolutely delicious wine that also captures the essence of the house style. Lifted and gracious, the 2014 offers striking purity in its flavors, not to mention impeccable overall balance. Citrus, cranberry, strawberry and expressive floral notes grace the taut, salivating finish. (AG)
A blend of each of the Domaine de la Côte estate vineyards, vinified with 50% whole cluster and no new oak. Aged for almost two years in barrel. Star-bright ruby colour. Light aromatics. Savoury, red-fruit palate integrated through with sweet spice and plenty of savour, with a sour-cherry finish that opens to notes of strawberry and dark chocolate. Approachable and drinkable now. *Good Value*
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