2020 Hanzell Sebella Pinot Noir

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$34.99

6 in stock

Winemaker Notes

Juicy aromas of wild strawberry, red raspberry, blood orange, rosemary, rose and crushed rock emanate from the glass. The palate is juicy and mouthwatering, echoes the nose with additional notes of red cherry, wild blueberry and pink pepper corn. With a broad, silky mouthfeel, the bright red fruits are beautifully complemented by earthy notes. Delightful to drink, the long, intriguing finish calls for another sip as the wine unfolds in the glass.

About Hanzell Sebella Winery

Ambassador James D. Zellerbach founded Hanzell Vineyards in 1953 with a vision to create wines that could compete on the world stage.  Named after his wife Hana, Hanzell sits at the southern toe of the Mayacamas mountain range overlooking the south-western end of Sonoma Valley and San Pablo Bay.  After extensive time spent in Burgundy, Zellerbach returned inspired and educated by the region’s wines and grapes—Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.  He then planted these two varieties at a time when there were less than a few hundred acres of each planted in North America.  Since 1975, Hanzell has been solely owned by the de Brye family, who is dedicated to the preservation of tradition with a progressive and holistic approach which will ensure the sustainability for generations to come.

2020 Hanzell Sebella Pinot Noir

$34.99

6 in stock

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Winemaker Notes

Juicy aromas of wild strawberry, red raspberry, blood orange, rosemary, rose and crushed rock emanate from the glass. The palate is juicy and mouthwatering, echoes the nose with additional notes of red cherry, wild blueberry and pink pepper corn. With a broad, silky mouthfeel, the bright red fruits are beautifully complemented by earthy notes. Delightful to drink, the long, intriguing finish calls for another sip as the wine unfolds in the glass.

About Hanzell Sebella Winery

Ambassador James D. Zellerbach founded Hanzell Vineyards in 1953 with a vision to create wines that could compete on the world stage.  Named after his wife Hana, Hanzell sits at the southern toe of the Mayacamas mountain range overlooking the south-western end of Sonoma Valley and San Pablo Bay.  After extensive time spent in Burgundy, Zellerbach returned inspired and educated by the region’s wines and grapes—Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.  He then planted these two varieties at a time when there were less than a few hundred acres of each planted in North America.  Since 1975, Hanzell has been solely owned by the de Brye family, who is dedicated to the preservation of tradition with a progressive and holistic approach which will ensure the sustainability for generations to come.