100% estate fruit. The harvest for the Pinot Noir Blanc often takes place a week before the primary harvest for red wine. The resulting natural acidity provides a crisp framework for the tropical and stone fruit aromas that rise out of this wine. Structured layers of fresh stone fruit, white garden flowers, and baking spice give way to lemon custard and guava. Lean and dry with a lingering minerality. With a medium weight palate and a pointed finish, this is a surprisingly complex wine. Whole cluster pressed and aged in stainless steel. 13% alcohol. 142 cases produced.