Radio-Coteau La Neblina Pinot Noir
2 in stock
Region: Sonoma Coast, California, United States
Viticulture: Organic and Biodynamic
Grape varieties: 100% Pinot Noir
Spanish for “fog,” la neblina rolls in from the Pacific Ocean to blanket and cool the coastal Pinot Noir vineyards of western Sonoma County. Fruit-driven with delicate earth undertones, the 2018 La Neblina is undeniably Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. The fragrant bouquet is driven by red cherry, crushed raspberry, and Santa Rosa plum, with a touch of rhubarb preserves. This pronounced fruit elegantly mingles with an earthy hint of forest floor, along with a secondary floral note of rosewater.
Song: Foggy Notion by The Velvet Underground
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Eric Sussman first heard the expression radio coteau from a friend while living and working in Burgundy. More than a preference for how you discover these wines, the name reflects a commitment to capturing reflections of soil, seasons, people, and place. In 2002, Eric established Radio-Coteau, focusing on the north coast vineyards of western Sonoma County and Anderson Valley. With their benchland locations, well-drained soils, exposure by capricious marine air and fog, these sites host grapes naturally suited to their surrounding elements. This natural selection afforded Eric an opportunity to refine his Old World experiences while working with New World grapes. For more than a decade, he has strived to balance nature’s expression with a delicate, but disciplined human touch in these handcrafted wines.