The 2017 vintage from the Rodgers Creek Vineyard was the best we have seen. Loose clusters and tiny berries produced a complex and layered Pinot Noir that retains its signature earthy mushroom notes, while red fruit aromas and Asian spices explode from the glass. In 2017 they whole-cluster fermented 20% of the Pommard clone, adding aromatic complexity and verve. Smooth texture and rich, silky tannins make it a pleasure to drink now, while giving the wine longevity. Only 800 cases were made and we have the very last of it. Enjoy this wine with a grilled pork tenderloin, a roasted turkey and dressing, or a creamy Delice de Borgogne. Drink now, as we have already cellared this wine for an additional year so that it would be perfect. We recommend 20 minutes of decanting before enjoying this wine.