Sonoma Coast 'Bohan' Pinot Noir 2018

Sonoma Coast 'Bohan' Pinot Noir 2018
  • £60

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This Pinot from Jamie Kutch comes from Bohan Ranch, a 4th generation family owned farm. The Pinot Noir vines were planted in 1974 without rootstock. The vines were farmed dry land without any form of irrigation from the get go. This caused the vines to send their roots deep down into the Yorkville Laughlin soil in their search for water. Creating hard wearing vines that produce grapes with intense concentration and character.

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Sonoma Coast 'Bohan' Pinot Noir 2018
Jamie Kutch in the vineyard during harvest


Winery History
Jamie Kutch left a highly paid career as a stock trader in 2005 to move to California and pursue his dream of making wine. People thought he was crazy, until the first Pinot Noir he released scored 93 points in Wine Spectator. That shouldn't come as a surprise as…

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  • Raspberry and cherry fruit aromas; seductive floral notes with hints of spice; subtle tannins on the finish.
  • These Pinot Noir vines are un-grafted - meaning they are planted using their own rootstock, due to Phylloxera  this is an extremely rare occurrence in Californian Vineyards. 
  • The grapes are crushed and punched down by foot.
  • Enjoy from release - also suitable for excellent ageing. 
  • Delicious with wild mushroom risotto.