2007 McDougall Ranch, Sonoma Coast, Pinot Noir: 150 cases
Located just 1.5 miles from the Pacific Ocean at over 900 feet elevation, this vineyard makes intense, masculine
wines with deep, long flavors. The tannins are perfectly framed giving great structure and layers, while merging onto
a seamless rich palate, comprised of spicy, brambly fruit. A stark contrast to the elegant, aromatic fireworks of the
Kanzler, this maintains darker aromatics with more weight and intensity on the palate. It possesses impeccable
balance and the concentration enables it to be the longest lived wine from 2007. It will drink best in 2‐7 years.