About the Wine: English Hill Vineyard grows at the southwest edge of Sebastopol Hills, surrounded by expansive pasture and rangeland. Overlooking Russian River Valley and the Marin Coast, weather swings wildly between continental and maritime influences. Five clones of Pinot Noir are planted at this site that bridges Sonoma Coast and Russian River Valley growing regions. The grapes were harvested between September 18th to 25th with an average yield of 3.57 pounds per vine. English Hill Pinot Noir received tailored cold-soak and hand punch-down treatment with 25% Whole Cluster fermentation. The wine aged 22 months in 20% new French Burgundy barrels before bottling.
Winemaker Tasting Notes: Boheme's broadest and most savory Pinot Noir expression: brick-hued with earthen, fermented aromas including mushroom, fennel, red fruits and fresh cut grass; palate of coriander, brown spice, dried cherry and alfalfa.
Varietal: Pinot Noir.