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Wine Enthusiast, 94 points
“From a site also known as Putnum Vineyard, six miles from the Pacific Ocean in Annapolis, this is a gorgeously layered and herbal wine, fresh in flavors of black cherry and tangerine. Dense and lush in feel, it unwinds slowly with a brambly, savory nature. Enjoy 2026–2030.”

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, 92+ points
“The 2016 Pinot Noir Redwood Ridge is medium ruby-purple with a pretty nose of dried rose petals, briary fruit and blueberry with suggestions of peppered meat and savory spice. Medium-bodied, it's firm with slightly grippy tannins and a good layered finish. 502 cases produced.”

Wine Spectator, 91 points
“Steeped dark plum and dried berry flavors are powerful and inky-tasting in this ripe, refined style. Forest floor and pastry notes emerge on the sculpted finish. Drink now through 2022. 502 cases made.”

Jeb Dunnuck, 90+ points
“The smallest production Pinot Noir is the 2016 Pinot Noir Redwood Ridge and it comes from the Sonoma Coast and spent 17 months in 55% new French oak. Smoked black fruits, licorice, graphite, and leafy herb notes all emerge from this medium-bodied, nicely textured, balanced wine that has a firm edge that's going to benefit from a year or two of bottle age. It's a complex, well-made wine.”

    Pinot Noir
    Sonoma Coast, California
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Yes, you read that right! Another wine normally found in restaurants! We scored a little batch at a jaw-dropper of a price!

Was $62 - today? $40, and free shipping on 3! Wow! 94 points!

Just a hop, skip, jump from the Pacific Ocean in Annapolis, lies Putnam Vineyard on what’s known as Redwood Ridge. Dutton-Goldfield’s version, from the fantastic 2016 vintage here in California, is a dark and intense one, with TONS of concentrated berry flavor and rich texture. Amazing juice at this price!

Dutton Goldfield Winery began in 1998, when longtime colleagues, grapegrower Steve Dutton and winemaker Dan Goldfield, teamed up to craft wines that express the personalities of their vineyards, and which they’d enjoy drinking at their own dinner tables. Who knew they’d end up making rockstar level pinots?!

We have 20 cases to sell! First come, first served…!