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3 Pinot Producers You’ve (Probably) Never Heard Of

The relatively cool climates, marine layers, and alluvial soil of Mendocino County makes it one of the world’s best locations for Pinot Noir grapes.

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Bee Hunter

Bee Hunter is the brainchild of local boy Andy DuVigneaud and his wife Ali. Together they are taking advantage of Anderson Valley’s unique and highly-coveted terroir to produce organic wines with a growing cult following. 

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Baxter Winery

Set on a ridge in Anderson Valley, with a tasting room in the town of Philo, Baxter Winery makes excellent wines using French cellar techniques, with five-day cold soaks and punch-downs done by hand. Their Pinot is not to be missed. 

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Lichen Estate

Once a sheep farm, these gorgeous 203 acres are now dedicated to the meticulous cultivation of fine, organic wines. Nab a bottle of their Moonglow Pinot and let it age a while. 

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