About This Wine
Plums and apples once dominated the landscape.
Today, grapevines have taken their place, and transformed the face of one of Sonoma County’s most beautiful towns: Sebastopol. About a 20-minute drive from the Pacific Ocean between Bodega Bay and Santa Rosa, Sebastopol also is a center for the arts, and was the long-time home of the late “Peanuts” cartoonist, Charles M. Schulz.
Sebastopol Oaks sources its grapes from premium grape-growing regions, and utilized fruit from specially selected Sonoma Coast vineyards for this 2013 Pinot Noir. The Sonoma Coast is one of California’s most prized wine regions because its warm days and cool nights — characterized by Pacific breezes — give Pinot Noir grapes ample time to develop fully.
Some of the world’s great wines are crafted from Pinot Noir, and the 2013 Sebastopol Pinot Noir is a beautifully focused, juicy wine with a smooth mouthfeel — a delicious taste of the Sonoma Coast.
About Pinot Noir
Very sensitive to climate and handling in winery, this fickle grape of Burgundy yields low tannin and acidity, medium colors and lifespan. Classic berry, cherry and currant flavors, silky textures typically balanced with spicy or floral tones.
- Grape Composition:100% Pinot Noir
- Grape Source:Sonoma Coast Growing Region of California
- Aromas & Flavors:Red Fruits, Savory Spice, Leather, Blueberry, Plum, Coconut and a Hint of Vanilla
- When to Drink:Now Through 2020
- Food Pairing Suggestionherb-encrusted pork loin.
14 recipes match for this wine.
Pork Tenderloin With Tart Cherry Port And Caraway Sauce This delicious recipe from Sonoma County's J. Fritz Winery matches beautifully with almost any red wine. It makes 4 to 6 servings. Get The Recipe
Smoked Duck A La Orange Just in case this year's California wildfires impart a smoky flavor to vintage 2008 wines, here's a recipe that will match up nicely. Otherwise, try this dish - developed by Garre Winery Executive Chef Ty Turner -- with naturally smoky wines such as Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Pinot Noir, Syrah. Get The RecipeGreen Salad With Cranberry Vinaigrette With almost any type of salad, we suggest Sauvignon Blanc as a well-matched wine. But because of the cranberry flavor featured in this recipe, you may want to try a wine that includes cranberry among its aromas and flavors. We tried it with a lighter-bodied Pinot Noir, and it turned out to be an intriguing and enticing combination. Get The Recipe