About Bismark Vineyard

Suacci Vineyard is a 6.5-acre vineyard sitting on south facing slopes tucked away in the small, little-known Blucher Valley southwest of Sebastopol. An especially cool pocket of the region, there are short windows of heat in the midday, followed once again by the assertive ocean breezes that arrive like clockwork come 3:30 pm. With low yields and tiny clusters, this vineyard yields Pinot Noir with intense, layered flavors and a firm acid backbone.

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