Pinot Noir
Miller Vineyard
Russian River Valley



Winemaker Notes

Offering bright fruit and floral nuances with dense 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 intense and seductive with its smooth structure and silky finish.

Wine Advocate Review
by Robert Parker

Pale ruby, the 2018 Pinot Noir Miller Vineyard has expressive aromas of underbrush, wild mint, tobacco and dried orange peel, tea leaves and floral perfume. The medium-bodied palate is wonderfully silky and expansive, with intense layers of spicy fruit lingering on the long finish. Lovely! 150 cases were made. —95 pts.

Production Notes

Winemaker – Robbie Meyer
Production: 150 cases
Russian River Valley Appellation
Clonal Selection 828
Elevation 500 feet
Vine Age – 18 years
Goldridge Soils
Harvested in September 2018
Tank Fermented
Malolactic Fermentation
35% New French Oak
Barrel Aged 14 Months
Bottled in December 2019

Miller Vineyard

Located on the southern edge of Graton, this north facing one acre vineyard lies on a gentle slope that protects the fruit from the hot afternoon sun. Planted in 1998 in Goldridge soils the vines are trained on a vertical trellis.