Sojourn’s dark ruby-hued 2012 Pinot Noir Rodger’s Creek Vineyard comes from a site located in the icy cold Petaluma Gap region. Completely made from clone 777, and fermented with 100% stems, it exhibits notes reminiscent of cherry pie, plums, cranberries and a hint of wild strawberries. It cuts a broad swath across the palate, but it does not reveal a lot of weight, tannin or forcefulness. This beautifully rich, pure Pinot Noir offers abundant notes of cloves, apple skins and cherries. Displaying a striking similarity to a top premier cru from Burgundy, it can be drunk now and over the next decade. (RP)
(50% new oak and 15% whole clusters): Vivid ruby-red. Aromas of red and dark berries, spicecake, underbrush and rose oil, with a smoky quality building with air. Chewy black raspberry and bitter cherry flavors show an appealing sweetness and are underscored by zesty minerality and a hint of musky herbs. Weightier and darker on the finish, which features blackberry and licorice qualities and youthfully gripping tannins. In an old-school, Burgundian style, with an appealing rusticity about it. (ST)
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