Laurie Daniel, wine writer for the San Jose Mercury News, found us as part of the “Tastemaker’s Session” at Pinot Paradise this year. In her article about earthiness in Pinot Noir, she had the following to say about us:
“The mountain garrigue character didn’t seem to be dependent on ripeness or power (or lack thereof). The 2010 Sante Arcangeli “Split Rail” Pinot Noir ($35, but sold out) is pretty and delicate but also has notes of lavender and forest floor.”
We would tend to agree completely. Thanks Laurie!