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Triple Black Slopes


Triple Black Slopes


This deep, intensely aromatic Pinot hails from the steepest slope of our Estate. The palate explodes with a complex array of blue and black fruits and a rich, round mouthfeel.


Loaded with notes of raspberry tea.

Spice, Vegetable, Mineral 

Dried rose petal and sarsaparilla complemented by savory undertones.


A firm juicy palate with a solid structure lingers for a luxurious finish.

At The Table 

This Pinot Noir calls for roast or grilled rack of lamb (or a similarly gamey meat). When it comes to vegetarian fare, think risotto with wild mushrooms or black truffles.


A traditional Pinot Noir/Burgundy glass with a round bowl will convey this varietal’s profound aromatics and structural characteristics.

Serving and Cellar 

Serve at cellar temperature (55- 60 ̊F). Triple Black Slopes will benefit initially from a decant. Cellar from five to fifteen years for maximum enjoyment.

In the Vineyard 

Triple Black Slopes is the steepest vineyard on our estate, and the most challenging to farm with some sections exhibiting a 45-degree slope. This south-facing vineyard is comprised of four distinct blocks, separated from one another by canyons filled with blackberries and quail.

Winemaker Hand 

Hand-picked and sorted. Aged 14 months in 50% new French oak barrels 

Technical Details 
  • Sustainability: LIVE Certified Wine, Salmon Safe
  • Case Production: 697 cases
  • Varietal Composition: 100% Pinot Noir
  • ALC %: 14.20%