Blue Rock Vineyard

2019 'Baby Blue' Pinot Noir

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Appearance pale ruby
Aromas raspberry, black currants, pie crust, sautéed mushrooms, violets
Palate Montmorency cherry, red currant, vanilla, orange pith, silky mid palate to finish
Food Pairing Suggestions
Famous for its versatility at the table, Pinot can pair with just about anything. We would suggest focusing on herbs, spices, earthy mushrooms and gentle dried fruit accents with this particular bottling. Nothing too heavy or loud here, but fresh farm-to-table ingredients that want to show off their purity alongside this little wine country gem.

100% Pinot Noir, Swan, Pommard and 115 clones


Petaluma Gap, Sonoma Coast, CA

487 cases
Aging Potential
Ready to enjoy now, but will age well for another 5+ years
Gapstone Estate Vineyard
About The Vineyard

100% from our Gapstone estate vineyard at the heart of the Petaluma Gap, this Pinot Noir highlights the Swan, Pommard and 115 clones. A huge helping of love, passion and hard-earned experience went into developing this site, and the Blue Rock Vineyard team is absolutely giddy to see its pedigree and potential already showing up in the glass. This delightful Baby Blue Pinot Noir is a fabulous sneak preview of many great things to come.

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Rogelio Alarvado – Associate Winemaker

Kent Humphrey – Consulting Winemaker

About the Winemaker

The estate winemaking traditions of Blue Rock are perhaps best summed up with the French term, terroir, which acknowledges the environmental factors that make the vineyard site unique including soil, weather, appellation, and to that effect, the human element as well.

Running an estate vineyard offers more control over the winemaking process, which yields handcrafted wines of distinction and soul that also give a sense of place. The name Blue Rock originates from the local soil studded with blue pebbles, rocks, and boulders of serpentine. The serpentine rock defines the unique flavor profile of the vineyard as it naturally yields a smaller quantity of grapes.

About the Winery
Blue Rock Vineyard
Dating back to 1880, the 100-acre Blue Rock estate tells the story of how European winemaking came to Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley. Italian immigrants brought with them olive trees, vine cuttings, and knowledge of grape growing. The region’s undulating golden hills and idyllic vistas even look reminiscent of Tuscany itself.
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