To make Tuli, it begins by searching out Pinot Noir grown in Sonoma County vineyards planted along the cool Pacific Coast. The diversity of Sonoma’s vast coast allows us an amazing opportunity from the start to blend subtle with supple, to unite bright berry tones with luscious brambly pie filling. The wine is aged eight to nine months in French oak barrels, melding exuberant sweet spice tones with berry fruit and velvety smooth tannins for a soft, supple wine.
The elegantHobbs Pinot Noir Cross Barn Sonoma Coast exhibits excellent notes of licorice, red and black currants and a hint of sweet cherries. With outstanding texture, velvety tannins and a delicious mouthfeel, this is a super value in high class Pinot Noir. Moreover, there are 10,000 cases. Enjoy it over the next 2-3 years.