2016 Pinot Noir Sea Slopes
90 Points - Wine Advocate, Robert Parker
Pale ruby-purple colored, the 2016 Pinot Noir Sea Slopes gives up notions of warm cranberries and Bing cherries with raspberry leaves, dried sage and tilled soil undercurrent. The palate is medium-bodied, refreshing and vivacious with a nice bit of chew to the texture and a persistent earthy finish.—L.P-B.
90 Points - Jeb Dunnuck
Another terrific value from this estate. Cherries, strawberries, spice and an undeniable salty, marine-like minerality give way to a fresh, elegant, medium-bodied effort that shows the cooler, complex style of the Sonoma Coast appellation. Bravo.
Wine of the Week - Dan Berger's Vintage Experiences
Dark cherry fruit and then trace amounts of either cinnamon or nutmeg, with grace notes of French oak for
complexity mark the superb aromas of this excellent value PN. This is the lower-level (!) wine of Fort Ross and is an excellent value since it has a bit of weight and is nicely balanced.