The first rays of morning light strike a vineyard in the Fort Ross-Seaview AVA, high on the northern coast of Sonoma County. Home to only a handful of wineries, this small growing area overlooking the chilly Pacific Ocean produces some of the most profound Pinot Noirs made in California, and (insider tip here) the best Pinotage made in the Western Hemisphere.
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