The grapes grow in tightly packed clusters that encourage low tannin, medium-body and soft color characteristics.
Riffelhof’s Pinot Noir flirts with a bouquet of strawberries, raspberries and cherry while young and develops into a complex combination of earthy hints and rich forest flora making it an ideal partner for rack of lamb, Beef Wellington, roast pork with herbs and fennel, and even baked salmon.
Gruyere (comte) | lobster | salmon | white pizza | spiced duck | goat cheese
Bronze Medal, 2011 Vintage
San Joaquin Valley Winegrowers Association