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This wine is a great expression of the Sonoma Coast vineyards. By making wine with minimal intervention, Kutch manages to create Pinot Noir like this that shows genuine site definition.
Winery HistoryJamie 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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This Pinot from Jamie Kutch comes from Bohan Ranch, the first modem vineyard planted on the Sonoma Coast in 1972. The 44 year old vines drive deep in to the Yorkville Laughlin soil to create more rustic style wines.
The single vineyard, Falstaff, lies about 8 miles from the Pacific Ocean; this cool climate creates an intense, well balanced style of Pinot Noir.
McDougall Ranch is a unique, cool climate site; the vineyard beautifully expresses varietal correctness.
Kutch is one of the metonymies of Pinot Noirs’s perfection in California. This young estate encourages their grapes to express their natural greatness.
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