Miller Pinot Noir

Offering fruit and floral nuances of ripe cherries, wild strawberry, rose petals and jasmine, this seductive wine continues to evolve both in the glass and in the bottle revealing its more subtle notes of vanilla spice and stoney minerality. The palate is incredibly seductive with its smooth, soft structure and silky finish.

The Wine Advocate
Review by Robert Parker

The 2014 Pinot Noir Miller Vineyard was treated similarly as the Bateman, but is a much lighter color as it is from 100% Dijon clone 828. This has the forest floor, rose petals, sweet strawberry and cherry notes, but the killer aromatics is what gives this wine sensational appeal. It is medium-bodied, fleshy and should be drunk over the next 5-6 years to take advantage of the exceptional fragrance it offers. -94 pts.

Production Notes
- Winemaker: Robbie Meyer
- Production: 300 cases
- Russian River Valley Appellation
- Clonal Selection 828
- Elevation: 500 ft.
- Vine Age: 18 years
- Goldridge Soils
- Harvested in Sept 2014
- Tank Fermented
- Malolactic Fermentation
- 35% New French Oak
- Barrel Aged 14 Months
- Bottled in December 2015
- $50 per bottle