Northern California’s Anderson Valley is the home of some of the most exciting Pinot Noir producers in the country. With a wild, rugged terrain, cool coastal winds blowing off the Pacific, varying elevations, soils with balanced PH to create wines with freshness and acidity, these are wines that you want to seek out and enjoy. Originally planted in 1963, the Edmeades Vineyard delivers great sunshine throughout the day, creating even, early ripening for their Pinot Noir vines. Taking a slightly different approach, Maggy Hawk Winery opts to showcase the freshness of the fruit by crafting a crisp, slightly spicy, juicy white wine from the 777 clone of Pinot Noir from the vineyard. Maggy Hawk Edmeades Vineyard White Pinot Noir shines with layers of white peach, nectarine, fresh ginger, apricot, and honeysuckle, with a well-rounded, textured palate, and a sweet honey note on the finish.