James MacPhail's Notes
400-year-old redwoods surround the Putnam Vineyard and are scattered in many areas throughout the vineyard itself, protecting vines from summer sun and ensuring temperatures remain consistent - a crucial aspect of grape development. The coastal climate and the Goldridge sandy loam soils result in wines with plenty of richness and structure, evolving beautifully over the years.
- 15 months in 100% French oak (35% new)
- Sonoma Coast
Putnam Vineyard is situated on the extreme Sonoma Coast, just six miles from the Pacific Ocean. 400-year-old redwood trees surround the vineyard on all sides and are scattered throughout the rows of vines. The coastal climate and Goldridge sandy loam soils result in wines with plenty of richness along with high-toned finesse.Explore Vineyard