Begun in the 90s by Adam and Dianna Lee, native Texans who followed their dream of making great pinot noir in California. With $24,000 between them they purchased the right to work and harvest 1 acre of vines in the Anderson Valley. They made a total of 109 cases of pinot noir. After a few glasses of wine one night they decided to drop off a bottle of their wine at the hotel where Robert Parker was staying, leaving it with the concierge. Their wine received a 90 in the next edition of Wine Advocate and their winery took off from there. This wine was made from the Lewis Vineyard in the Russian River Valley. I found it to have good flavors of dark cherry, strawberry and a little earthiness. Nicely balanced. RP not rated, WS not rated
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