This Sta. Rita Hills-focused label between Justin Willett and Étienne de Montille takes a 'low and slow' approach to the winemaking process, contrasting the relatively delicate, high-toned style of the Tyler wines. Pinot Noir at La Rinconada Vineyard tends to exude a burly and structured style, as is the case with the 2018 Racines bottling. Sourced from a plot just feet away from that which supplies Tyler, a savoury and soft nose introduces a weighty, wide and tannic showing that is built to last. Drinking window: 2022-2045. Score - 96. (Matthew Luczy, decanter.com, Sept. 21, 2020)
Racines La Riconada Vineyard Pinot Noir 2018
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