Poseidon Pinot Noir - $24.00

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From vineyards with a view of the bay comes this well balanced, lively and delicious Pinot Noir. A easy drinking, medium-bodied wine showing off some rare and black pepper spiced Hungarian oak to balance the raspberry aromas and flavors.

From the winemaker:

Wines from the seaside. Maritime fogs roll across Poseidon Vineyard, blown in by cooling Pacific winds and burned away again by the generous California sun. The river swells with salty water at high tide. Here, on the lip of the San Francisco Bay, we've grown Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes to supply exceptional California wineries for over forty years. For more than a decade, we've been harvesting them to create our own wines, reinventing the traditional and emphasizing the unembellished taste of the fruit itself.


Vines by the Bay. Poseidon Vineyard lies at sea level, at the confluence of Carneros Creek and the Napa River. We've owned and farmed this vineyard from the time Nicholas Molnar planted the property in 1973, following his hunch that the region would produce great wines. Even after four decades of farming, this undulating, gravelly bayside terrain continues to inspire exploration and discovery.

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