With a southwest exposure at an elevation of 800 feet, and some of the finest soils on the Sonoma Coast, Emmaline Ann Vineyard is a treasure. Located in one of the Sonoma Coast’s coldest microclimates, it gets the most shade and fog of any of the vineyards we work with. As a result, we absolutely love the Pinot Noirs from this tiny little site. Often the most subtle, sophisticated and Burgundian of our wines, Emmaline Ann never disappoints, and the 2013 vintage is no exception. It is eloquent, and at times ethereal, showing just how graceful and poised California Pinot can be when grown in the right conditions.