Charles Heintz Vineyards

2009 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir •Heintz Ranch Vineyard

California: Sonoma County: Sonoma Coast

Offer Expired:May 24, 2014 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


A few precious rows

Today’s 2009 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir marks a welcome return to TWS for Charles Heintz Vineyards. We’ve loved their offerings in the past, and today’s delectable Pinot Noir might be their best ever.

Heintz Vineyards is renowned as one of the world’s premier fruit sources, with their sandy loam soil, hilly terrain, and coastal climate making it a perfect environment for Pinot grapes. That’s why wineries such as Williams-Selyem and Ceritas Wines produce many of their world class Pinots from Heintz Vineyards fruit.

Today’s wine is perfect for fans of fruit-forward Pinots. Dark cherry, wild strawberry, and raspberry leap from the glass, with subtle touches of cinnamon and rich terroir to round out the back of the palate.

Please accept our boldest recommendation for today’s spectacular Pinot Noir.

Tasting Profile


A beautiful strawberry color in the center of the glass.


Bold aromas of fresh fruit leap from the glass, with dark cherry and wild strawberry elegantly framed by hints of sweet tobacco, cherry cola, dark baking spices, and echoes of lilac.


As on the nose, very fresh and fruit forward on the palate. Fresh cherry, raspberry, and wild strawberry are laid overtop touches of cinnamon, cranberry, blood orange, clove, anise, and dried rose petals.


Incredibly soft tannins and a pleasant ‘pop’ of acidity highlight the finish, with a bit of structure as the fresh fruit and spice notes slowly fade away.


A roasted salmon filet, served with homemade coconut rice.

What the Winery Says

Hugh Chappelle
93 Points - Wine Spectator (Previous Vintage)
Sonoma Coast, California
100% Heintz Ranch Vineyard
Fruit Variety
100% Pinot Noir

About the Winery

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