Meiomi is the Wappa and Yuki tribal word for "coast," and it symbolizes this Pinot's source: the wild expanse of Sonoma Coast from Mendocino County to Marin. The varied soils, sub-climates and elevation variations create grapes with diverse character and style. In the hands of Joseph Wagner (son of Chuck Wagner from Caymus), these diverse fruit sources come together to create a brilliant Pinot Noir with vibrant plum, cherry and molasses aromas that excite your senses. In the mouth, juicy pomegranate and plum fruit flavors are kissed by minerals, fresh acidity and supple tannins. From the Wine Spectator: 'Offers a complex mix of dried berry, cranberry, anise and fresh earth. This is full-bodied, elegant and refined, with earth and fruit on the finish.