“Pinot Noir is the varietal I cut my teeth on, and it is still the one I love the most. Making a great Pinot Noir—one with nuance, elegance and a deep and meaningful sense of place—is incredibly difficult, and to me is the ultimate challenge.”
Rosendo, part of Team Emeritus since 1999, is a two-time Sonoma County Pruning Champion and leads our crew when it comes to pruning and training both young and newly grafted vines to produce top quality grapes.
Every day is Pinot Noir day for us, especially now that harvest has started, but today it’s Pinot Noir day for the rest of the country, too. August 18th is National Pinot Noir Day, a time to pay homage to one of the world’s most popular wines!
If you’re feeling stressed, try relaxing your brain with a low-stakes activity that helps you focus on something besides yourself and whatever’s weighing on your mind. Like unwinding at the end of the day with some wine and some coloring!
Drinking good wine and eating beautiful food is one of the most wonderful ways for people to connect. With friends and families coming together again, we wanted to share our top five favorite recipes this season to pair with the latest release of our Hallberg Ranch Pinot!
As of last week, we have racked and blended all of our 2020 Pinot Noirs except one: the Hallberg Ranch. Our largest production wine, this will involve quite a lot of expertise and finesse to get the balance just right.