Not to be confused with Pinot Blanc, this wine is a white wine made from Pinot Noir grapes. Sourced from a vineyard in the Deep End of Anderson Valley, the wine is made from red pinot noir grapes which are put directly into the press and squeezed gently to yield white-hued juice. The wine was fermented in stainless steel and aged sur lie without stirring until bottling.
Visually fresh with a pale lemon-green hue in the glass, the nose offers intense aromas of pear, lemon curd, lemongrass, and salinity. The palate bolsters these aromas with Rainier cherry, Meyer lemon, and a flinty minerality. Generous on fruit, but balanced with refreshing acidity, the finish is seemingly endless.