2020 Three Sticks Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

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$49.99

11 in stock

Winemaker Notes

On the nose you’ll find blueberry, violet, and black tea. Notes of grilled meat, violet, and cardamom provide depth and texture on the palate, while a touch of sweet cocoa powder further complements this pretty wine. Rather fruit-forward pinot noir with strawberry, cream and walnut aromas and flavors. Medium to full body, round tannins and a succulent finish. Not the most complex wine, but delicious. Drink now.

James Suckling 91 Points

About Three Sticks

Three Sticks Wines is a boutique, family-owned winery led by veteran winemaker Bob Cabral. Cabral’s commitment to crafting small-lot, artisanal wines from exceptional Sonoma Coast vineyards, including Durell Vineyard, Gap’s Crown Vineyard and Walala Vineyard, drives the winery’s focus of creating site specific wines. Founded in 2002, the winery is named for owner William S. Price III’s surfing nickname, “Billy Three Sticks,” assigned to him in his youth as reference to the Roman numeral that follows his name. Three Sticks has a down to earth approach to growing and winemaking, they believe in table fellowship as the power of wine to bring people together.

Bill and Eva Price are lovers of Sonoma’s grapes and rich history. The Vallejo-Castenada Adobe (built in 1842) was built by Captain Salvador Vallejo, brother of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, the Commandante Generale of the northern territory of Mexico (modern day Sonoma). The Prices purchased the property in 2012 and embarked on a two-year preservation project. The Three Sticks team worked with Sonoma historians and the Sonoma League for Historic Preservation to restore and protect the fabric of the property. They commissioned San Francisco-based designer Ken Fulk and his team to design the ambience of the Adobe, as it is known locally. The historic landmark in downtown Sonoma is now home to the hospitality of Three Sticks.

2020 Three Sticks Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

$49.99

11 in stock

Categories: , ,

Winemaker Notes

On the nose you’ll find blueberry, violet, and black tea. Notes of grilled meat, violet, and cardamom provide depth and texture on the palate, while a touch of sweet cocoa powder further complements this pretty wine. Rather fruit-forward pinot noir with strawberry, cream and walnut aromas and flavors. Medium to full body, round tannins and a succulent finish. Not the most complex wine, but delicious. Drink now.

James Suckling 91 Points

About Three Sticks

Three Sticks Wines is a boutique, family-owned winery led by veteran winemaker Bob Cabral. Cabral’s commitment to crafting small-lot, artisanal wines from exceptional Sonoma Coast vineyards, including Durell Vineyard, Gap’s Crown Vineyard and Walala Vineyard, drives the winery’s focus of creating site specific wines. Founded in 2002, the winery is named for owner William S. Price III’s surfing nickname, “Billy Three Sticks,” assigned to him in his youth as reference to the Roman numeral that follows his name. Three Sticks has a down to earth approach to growing and winemaking, they believe in table fellowship as the power of wine to bring people together.

Bill and Eva Price are lovers of Sonoma’s grapes and rich history. The Vallejo-Castenada Adobe (built in 1842) was built by Captain Salvador Vallejo, brother of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, the Commandante Generale of the northern territory of Mexico (modern day Sonoma). The Prices purchased the property in 2012 and embarked on a two-year preservation project. The Three Sticks team worked with Sonoma historians and the Sonoma League for Historic Preservation to restore and protect the fabric of the property. They commissioned San Francisco-based designer Ken Fulk and his team to design the ambience of the Adobe, as it is known locally. The historic landmark in downtown Sonoma is now home to the hospitality of Three Sticks.