"This appellation is widely described as “sprawling” as it encompasses half or more of the county. Our fruit comes from two of the coolest, most coastal parts of this appellation: the low coast, west of Sebastopol on the edge of the Petaluma Gap; and the high coast, the first or second ridge inland from the ocean farther to the north. These sites are united by the direct influence of the Pacific‘s cool, marine air, delaying ripening well into October."
By: Joe Manekin
K&L Staff Member
True blue, coastal Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir (nod nod, wink wink), Anthill Farm's SC bottling is really good: wild plums, bright mixed berry, really fresh fruit and wonderful balance. One for the cellar or to enjoy now following a quick decant.
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