Vineyard: Bohan

OwnerGeorge Bohan
AppellationFort Ross-Seaview
StoryThe modern era of winegrowing in the West Sonoma Coast began with Michael Bohan who first developed a vineyard in 1972 with the help of the Pedroni family.
Dates Planted1972
LocationSituated on a ridge top at 1,400 feet elevation on Bohan Dillon Road.
VarietiesPinot Noir
ManagersGeorge Bohan

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2013 Kutch Bohan Vineyard Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

12.3% alc., 150 cases, $49. Vines planted in 1972 (clone unknown). Own-rooted, dry-farmed, California sprawl trellising, 10' x 8' spacing, cordon pruned. Aged in 30% new and 70% neutral French oak barrels. · Moderate black cherry color in the glass. The nose is fresh and very pleasant with aromas of dark cherry pie glaze, spice, wildflowers, and conifer. The rich core of tasty black cherry, black raspberry and pomegranate fruits are embellished with a complimentary touch of oak. The tannins are fine-grain and slightly rugged, but add textural interest. The long and powerful, sweet cherry finish is beguiling. Score: 92-93. Reviewed January 22, 2015 WINERY » ARTICLE »