Artevino’s first bottling of the 2017 Estate Pinot Noir has just won a gold medal at the 2019 SF Chronicle wine tasting.
This 2017 Pinot Noir is our first bottling of the vineyard nestled in the
Yorkville Highlands of Mendocino County. This delicious Pinot has
deep, dark flavors of cherries and ripe plums. Fermented with native
yeast and bottled unfiltered.
Gold Medal Winner from the 2018 Mendocino County Fair Wine Competition!
From the hillsides of the picturesque Largo Ridge Vineyard in Mendocino County. Aged in American Oak for 24 months this vintage of our 2016 Zinfandel has aromas of blackberries and cherries with a mouthful of deep rich fruit flavors. Delicious with pasta, lamb, and pork dishes. Only 350 cases produced.
Rich and luscious flavors of dried cherry, cranberry, with hints of strawberry and white pepper are present in this full-bodied Pinot Noir. The grapes are from the Anderson Valley, which is famous for its perfect Pinot Noir terroir. Fermented with native yeast and unfiltered, this Pinot Noir pairs beautifully with salmon, fowl and pork. Only 120 cases produced. Cheers!