A perfect example of Lodi terroir, this Pinot expresses big fruit and ample richness for the varietal. The nose pops with lots of floral tones, cherry, raspberry and hints of blackberry. The blackberry notes, from the blended Zinfandel, gives this wine its distinct Lodi character. The palate is soft and round, with good weight for the varietal, yet still maintains the gentle acidity in the mid-palate that is distinctively Pinot.
Collier Creek is really more of a state of mind, a paddle away from memory lane, and just around the creek bend from the past – A time when farmland ran as far as the eye could see. Nestled between the gold country of the Sierra Foothills and the San Francisco Delta waters lie the heart of the Lodi Appellation, where these fine wines are grown and produced.
These are stringent rules that we currently farm by and have been farming since our great-grandparents began growing wine grapes. It is the care for the land, air, water, habitat, and worker with a long-term vision focusing on farming for the
Pairs well with beef, veal, deer, venison, and poultry dishes.