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Chalk Hill Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2022

The 2022 Chalk Hill Pinot Noir is drawn primarily off of Foley Family’s Estate Vineyards as well as some of the best sites in Carneros, Russian River Valley, and the Sonoma Coast. It’s super lively and fresh with bright cherry notes to complement cherry cola, a hint of vanilla, and some earthy undertones. It’s already so approachable with silky smooth tannins and a supple mouthfeel that makes it an ideal partner for poultry, hard cheese, and nuts as well as pretty much anything off the grill.

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92 Points, James Suckling
Bright with plenty of dried red fruits and some hints of flowers and spices. Medium to full-bodied.

92 Points, Wine Spectator
A high-pitched savory note streaks through a core of gently mulled black cherry fruit, while light bramble and rosehip accents underscore the sanguine-tinged finish. Drink now through 2029.

Very few wineries in Sonoma County can claim as rich a history in California as Chalk Hill. They’ve been lucky enough to employ star winemakers from Dave Ramey to Bill Knuttel, followed by Courtney Foley and now the extremely formidable Michael Beaulac (formerly with Merry Edwards, St. Supery, and Pine Ridge). But even amongst the titans that came before him, it seems Beaulac is poised to bring the famous winery to even greater heights.

Just last year, they saw their Sonoma Coast Chardonnay on Wine Spectator’s annual Top 100 Wines of the Year list. That’s an incredible honor especially given the modest price tag, but it’s probably a sign of what’s to come. This winery is on a roll and the sky appears to be the limit.

Beaulac and company work on an insanely beautiful 1300-acre property with 300 planted acres at their disposal, as well as wilderness areas and a culinary garden. The winery’s vineyards are carefully designed around the native foliage and contoured to fit the intricate terrain. With the Russian River Valley to the west and the Mayacamas Mountains to the east, this is the ideal spot to grow cool-climate, high octane Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. And that’s exactly what Chalk Hill does.

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