Dutton Goldfield Devil's Gulch Vineyard Pinot Noir

Cool coastal sites like Devil’s Gulch love long seasons like 2016. The extra hang time gives us fruit that makes a particularly luscious wine. The nose is instantly alluring, tempting you in with rich, brooding aromas of wild berry, loamy forest floor, and violets, with a bright pop of candied raspberry underneath. We love wines that lead this way, urging you to dive in for the first sip. Waves of blueberry compote, crème de cassis, and baking spices fill your mouth, riding on broad, firm and smooth tannins. The finish is juicy and creamy, lingering its wild black raspberry pie notes to a contented end. Naturally, any of Mark’s ranch’s animal offerings would be a great match, but we’re especially partial to braised rabbit in a mushroom sauce and herb grilled quail. Local Marin County cheeses like Nicasio Valley’s Nicasio Reserve or Marin French Cheese’s Petite Crème would also be wonderful mates.

100% Pinot Noir

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