Böen draws its profile from the varied winegrowing regions that are California’s cool most sought-after appellations, each offering optimal growing conditions for this temperamental, early-ripening varietal. This stretch of coastline is so geographically diverse that the various soil types, sub-climates, and elevations produce desirable Pinot Noirs.
Bright, deep scarlet color. Dark plum and white pepper aromas on the nose. A well-structured wine framed by dry Italian herbs with notes of cinnamon and clove spices. Abundant blackberry bramble and touches of maraschino cherry fill the mid-palate. This Pinot Noir has a bold entry that mellows quickly with a delightfully long finish.
Pair this wine with a bison burger, roasted summer veggies or a charcuterie board.