We are pleased to announce this wine was featured on the cover of Wine Spectator’s highly-anticipated October Pinot Noir issue.
Our Confluence Vineyard is located in the heart of the Anderson Valley, adjacent to the headwaters of the Navarro River. The vineyard offers a unique range of soils, from benchland to gravel strata, as well as varying exposures including hillside slopes and protected pockets. This natural diversity allows us to choose clones ideally suited to each specific vineyard block, ultimately yielding grapes possessing a variety of expressive flavors and characteristics. The opulent Pinot Noir produced from this valley floor vineyard displays voluptuous red fruit components and plush, supple tannins.
The 2016 Goldeneye Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Confluence Vineyard (94 Points) is listed as one of the “Top Wines” by Kim Marcus in his list of “Kim Marcus’ Recommended California Pinot Noirs,” noted as one of “three wines that stand out for finesse and fruit intensity” from Anderson Valley.