Sailors in the 1800s spent weeks expertly carving whale teeth and bones into beautiful objects for loved ones upon returning home safely. This art is known as skrimshaw – the epitome of dedication and precision (and also the name of our favorite Cape Cod bar). We demonstrated similar pedant in crafting this brawny Pinot Noir made from the cool, sunny Sonoma Coast. With notes of flowers, raspberry and toasty oak, the wine is a beautiful match for wild salmon, roast chicken or duck.
Recipe PairingsPasta With Funghi Trifolati
Sonoma, North Coast, California, United States
Any red grape can be used to make a white wine, but no white grape can be used to make a red.