WHY WE LOVE IT
  • BLEND
    Pinot Noir
  • ALCOHOL
    14.50%
  • SIZE
    750ml

The Russian River Valley is cooled by daily fog off the Pacific Ocean located a few
miles to the west. Nearly every evening, fog flows east through the Petaluma Gap
and up the Russian River channel producing diurnal temperature swings that allow ranging Pinot Noir grapes to ripen gently over an extended time period - nearly 15 to 20 percent longer than neighboring regions — while retaining its bright fruit flavors and natural acidity.

Raeburn is an Olde English term which means “the river where goes to drink.”
So it’s fitting that Raeburn’s expressive, beautifully balanced wines begin in the heart of the Russian River Valley where some of the world’s finest Burgundy grapes are grown.

TASTING NOTES 

Bright, focused-fruit aromas of wild strawberries, raspberries and red cherries capped with notes of spicy oak The palate is ripe, rich and velvety, balanced by bright acidity.

THE STORY TO KNOW

Raeburn Winery is located on Olivet Road, a quiet country lane in the heart of Sonoma County’s famed Russian River Valley. Originally built in as an egg storage facility, Olivet was converted to a small production winery by iconic Sonoma County vintner, Cecil DeLoach, in 2000. The winery was then purchased by wine and spirits innovator, Derek Benham, in January 2005 and has since become Raeburn’s home.