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    *3R* 2019 Onward Wines “Hawkeye Ranch” Pinot Noir (Redwood Valley,Mendocino, CA)

    3R

    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes

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    *3R* 2019 Onward Wines “Hawkeye Ranch” Pinot Noir (Redwood Valley,Mendocino, CA)

    This inviting Mendocino Pinot leads with aromas of red cherry, and flower blossom. On the palate, expect notes of cranberry, raspberry and rhubarb with a hint of earth.

    About The Varietal

    Pinot Noir

    Ranked as the 10th most widely planted grape variety globally, Pinot Noir has amassed a dedicated following among passionate wine enthusiasts. Originally the predominant red wine grape of Burgundy, its allure has led to widespread adoption and admiration in vineyards across the globe. The elusive charm of Pinot Noir has found a home in diverse wine regions worldwide.

    About The Producer

    Onward Wines

    Onward Wines is a winery located in Sonoma County, California, known for producing high-quality, artisanal wines. The winery was founded by winemaker Faith Armstrong Foster, who is dedicated to crafting wines that express the unique characteristics of the grape varieties and the terroir of the region. Onward Wines has gained recognition for its focus on sustainable and organic farming practices, reflecting a commitment to environmental stewardship. The winery emphasizes minimal intervention winemaking, allowing the grapes to naturally showcase their flavors and aromas.

    3R

    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes