This is the elegant, debonair wine of the group despite being made in a more opulent style that predicts the very rich nature of all of the Consilience reds. That velvety texture and finesse typical of Pinot Noir is enriched by dense, sweet, chocolaty dark cherry flavors with earthy overtones. Matured for 12 months in 100% French oak barrels, the fruit for this wine comes in part from the White Hills vineyard and from Ashley's vineyard in the now-becoming-famous Santa Rita Hills region.
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Consilience was founded in 1999 when after years of planning the aspirations of two couples became a small reality. There of course is a long story, but the short of it began when winemaker Brett Escalera, his wife Monica, and the two of us, Tom and Jodie Daughters all met back in 1990 with many common values and interests. Wine and the lifestyle surrounding it were of particular interest to us, and after years of... View More