|Owner(s)||Ali DuVigneaud, Andy DuVigneaud|
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Andy DuVigneaud was born and raised in Philo in the Anderson Valley. He was assistant winemaker at Navarro Vineyards from 2000 to 2008. He then started Boheme with partner Kurt. Subsequently, he left to launch Bee Hunter in 2013 with his wife Ali.
All fruit is purchased from local Anderson Valley growers and growers in Mendocino Ridge, Mendocino County, Eagle Point Ranch AVA and Yorkville Highlands AVA. Pinot Noir vineyards include Angel Camp, Wiley, Arthur Roe, Wentzel, Mariah, Signal Ridge, Oppenlander and Docker Hill.
A tasting room opened in Philo in 2019.
2017 Bee Hunter Mendocino County Pinot Noir
14.3% alc., $42. A blend from six vineyards in Mendocino County. · Moderate garnet color in the glass. Substantial aromas of black raspberry, spice and mocha. Very polished with a gracious charge of purple and blackberry fruits framed with modest tannins and a compliment of oak. Easy drinking with a modest finish. This is a very good daily drinker. Score: 90. Reviewed February 7, 2021 ARTICLE »