A Chanconne is a slow, steady sensual dance which matches this wine perfectly. This vineyard, planted in shallow, sultry soils of the Sonoma Coast, produces a beautifully balanced Pinot Noir. 2013 was an exceptional year for grape growing. With it being the third year of drought, tonnage was minimal, but these fewer and smaller grapes gave it their all. This wine has a dark berry, slightly tart mouthfeel with a gracious amount of boysenberry, bramble berry, and a touch of bay leaf. Extend your Open Arms to this lilting Pinot, now through at least the next few years.