This wine is a great expression of the Sonoma Coast vineyards. By making wine with minimal intervention, Kutch manages to create Pinot Noir like this that shows genuine site definition. Notes of dark red fruit, tobacco, game and spice; supple on the palate with distinct savoury flavours. A blend from Sonoma Stage vineyards, predominantly clay, and McDougall, where soils are sandier. By making wine with minimal intervention, Kutch manages to create Pinot Noir like this with site definition.
"Moderate reddish purple color in the glass. More fruity nose upon opening with aromas of tutti-fruity, cherry, rose petal and spice, evolving to a more savory aromatic profile over time. The mid weight core of lovely black cherry and black raspberry fruit is accented with cardamom spice and a floral infusion. Satiny in texture with a somewhat sinewy tannic backbone, the wine finishes with a noticeable grip of tannin. Unchanged when tasted the following day from a previously opened and re-corked bottle." – Prince of Pinot, 89pts.
100% Pinot Noir