56% San Benito County, 24% Sonoma County, 20% Monterey County. From a brother winemaking team who have a half-dozen projects under their belt, this is a three Central Coast county cuvee. The nose shows softer red raspberry and cherry with a hit of sweet oak. The palate is moderate in weight with good acid and a mix of red berries minerals and light baking spice. D&M Tasting Notes
A collaboration between wine industry journeymen Aaron and Jesse Inman. The brothers grew up in a mining family on the banks of the Klamath River and discovered early in life the rewards of learning a skilled trade – the trade of choice being winemaking. They developed a philosophy of honesty and learned to embrace mother nature’s gifts during their unconventional upbringing along the river banks of Northern California.
Discovering vineyards that lend themselves to delicious blends at a fair price has dominated the Inman brothers' prospecting dreams. And so, three sites from the following counties were blended because they all grow superb Pinot Noir, yet are elevated by a cuvée of the three. Sonoma provides opulent fruit and earth components. Monterey lends bright acidity and high-toned red fruits. San Benito gifts the blend finesse, body and complexity. The result is this fruit-forward, medium-bodied, and well-balanced wine. Winery Notes
Lucky Rock 2017 County Cuvee Pinot Noir
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- SKU #: 6846