Our latest set of producer profiles focuses on California Pinot Noir. Review the region's key wineries, then vote your favorites up and the over-hyped down!
What's your current favorite Pinot Noir from California? Which examples do you have on your list? Let us know in the comments here.
If you haven't tried the wines of Thomas Fogarty from the Santa Cruz Mountains, you have missed some of California's best Pinot Noir. The Razorback is my personal favorite. Cool climate, low alcohol, food friendly. The entry level is good, but doesn't do justice to the single vineyard wines. The Portola Springs Chardonnay is also rock solid.
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I can't see the page due to the technical issues, but if you don't have Porter Creek on there, their Pinots are archetypes for classic RRV PN and should be included on any "key winery" list.
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