2016 TWO SISTERS LINDSAY’S VINEYARD PINOT NOIR
When a well-funded wine empire has a winning formula that begins with owning their own vineyards, which results in lower fruit costs, and they pair that with expert winemaking from a network of their own winemakers, it often results in an incomparable value for consumers. Two Sisters Winery is a owned by billionaire Bill Foley who owns more than a dozen successful wineries, including Foley Johnson in Rutherford, Chalk Hill Estate, Merus, Chalone, Sebastiani and the list goes on…
The Wine Enthusiast, wrote that the, “Sta. Rita Hills stands as one of the greatest places in the New World to grow Pinot Noir…” and the area has attracted some incredibly talented winemakers and growers, including the top producer of Pinot Noir in the New World, Domaine de la Côte. Pinot Noirs from the Santa Rita Hils are revered for their exceptional aromatics, lively acidity and focus. The 2016 Two Sisters Pinot Noir bears sultry aromas and succulent red fruits laced with spices, wild rose, and hints of sassafras.