An extreme Pinot Noir vineyard clinging to a windswept ridge above the town of Boonville. Pinot Noir clones Pommard, 115, 667, and 777 planted in the mid-1990’s on various exposures at elevations ranging from 1030-1100 feet. Forty degree temperature swings are common. The low vigor soil is a blend of Bear Wallow-Wolfy, Hopland, and Yorkville complex. Meticulously farmed by the team at Knez Winery.
Rainer cherry, lilac, iron shavings
blackberry, coco nibs, sarsaparilla
Peking duck, buffalo meatballs in red sauce, lamb chops