VOLUME 9, ISSUE 44
July 28, 2014
ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE:
Anderson Valley: Newfound Perception of Quality 17th Annual Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival May 15-18, 2014 Anderson Valley, California Highlights of the Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival Technical Conference Press Tasting of Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Tastings with Winemakers: Drew, Balo, Bink, Knez and Signal Ridge Two AV Wineries of Special Mention: Maggy Hawk and Domaine Anderson More Sips of Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Pinot Briefs
Bill Brosseau received his education from the University of California at Davis Viticulture and Enology program. He worked at several wineries before settling at Testarossa Vineyards in the Santa Cruz Mountains. He is also the winemaker for Fleming Jenkins and Blackridge Estates and consults for vineyards and wineries. Bill's wife, Kilene, is also a graduate of University of California at Davis Viticulture and Enology program and assists in the operations of the vineyard and winery.
Small lots of Brosseau Vineyard Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah are produced (Chalone appellation). The wines are sold through a mailing list with some retail distribution.
Articles About Brosseau
2007 Brosseau B Vineyard Chalone Pinot Noir
14.3% alc., $35. · A big fruity nose sporting very ripe strawberries with hints of marzipan, raisins and maple syrup. Ripe, roasted and dried deep red fruits wrapped in moderately firm tannins and displaying a smooth and pleasing mouth feel. Decent. Reviewed February 15, 2010 ARTICLE »
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