This Sonoma Coast Pinot from the famous Sangiacomo Vineyard, has lively acidity, elegant fruit flavors, and nice freshness which come together with some oak and spice on the back bone. This is a very nice micro-production Pinot Noir from one of the most famous vineyards in Sonoma County - and a great value at this price point. Aged for 11 months in 25% new French oak. Only 128 cases produced.
Chloe Creek is named for one of Kim and Bill Comiskey's most prized treasures: their cocker spaniel, Chloe. After making a small lot of wine in his cellar, Bill was in search of an idea for a label. One fall day at only 5 months old, Chloe was posed on a stone wall in their front yard with a creek in the background - and the rest is history.
Chloe Creek Vineyards is the result of Kimberley and Bill Comiskey's personal quest for the perfect Pinot Noir. Long-time wine enthusiasts, the couple repeatedly toured Sonoma County, meeting with farmers, sampling grapes, and searching for vintage bottles to add to their private collection. After years of what Kim describes as "studying, dreaming, and tasting," she and Bill realized that what they'd learned was simply too good to keep to themselves, so they decided to make some wine of their own. The result: Pinots with deep, rich flavors that reflect the unique essence of carefully selected vineyards along the Sonoma Coast and in the Russian River Valley.More from this winery
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