The 2017 County Line Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir embodies the vibrant freshness and approachability of ripe coastal fruit. Bright raspberry, cranberry, and fresh alpine strawberries highlight the nose and palate. Subtle notes of violet and fennel weave throughout, further enhancing the vibrant freshness. Balanced tannins add structure to this smooth, easy-drinking wine. Pair with roast Liberty Duck, or a simple mushroom and ricotta pizza for a truly enjoyable evening.
The first five vintages of County Line were solely dedicated to producing a dry rosé from a whole-cluster pressed Champagne clone of Pinot Noir. A handful of varietals naturally followed. Use of traditional winemaking techniques and a shorter élevage in neutral French oak barrels or stainless steel, each wine is made to provide a cool-climate appellation snapshot of the Anderson Valley, Sonoma Coast, Russian River Valley, or the North Coast.
A companion label since 2003, the team at Radio-Coteau crafts these food-friendly comfort wines to drink gracefully in the present and be enjoyed throughout the seasons.