Westwood Pinot Noir Wendling 2016

Earthy tones with pine resin and redwood sap, black cherry, blackberry, raspberry, cassis, and dried rose. Rich, round and powerful, with persistent, fine-grained tannins supporting powerful blackberry and mulberry wild forest fruits, ripe blood orange & cranberry, blackberry bramble and powdered chocolate. Lively, high toned profile.

94 pts Tasting Panel

94 pts Jeb Dunnuck

Wendling Vineyards lies at the Northwest part of the Anderson Valley, the closest vineyard to the Pacific Coast. Its 23 acres sits at 450' elevation on a south-facing slope. Bathed in cool Pacific breezes and thick fog, the Pinot Noir grapes develop deep power and intense aromatics. 

750ML / 13.9% ABV

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