wine club members only
Pommard and Wadenswil clones of Pinot Noir, planted in 1980, were co-fermented and received post fermentation maceration. This yields a lighter delicate appearance with soft round tannin, elements of dried cherries, rose petals and the sweet aromatics of the forest floor after a spring rain. This wine was fermented with ambient wild yeasts and was bottled unfined and unfiltered after 18 months in neutral oak on the lees. This is our most pretty pinot noir.