2012 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir is a blend of four vineyards; Gapís Crown, Griffinís Lair, Terra de Promissio and Walala. The first three are located in the southern portion of the Sonoma Coast appellation and lie directly in the path of the Petaluma Wind Gapís Pacific Ocean cooling and the maritime influence of the San Pablo Bay. The fourth vineyard, Walala Vineyard, is from the northwestern coastal reaches near Annapolis. The wines from the Petaluma Gap region are rich, voluptuous and structured with dark black and blue fruit, deep texture and broad structure. The wines from Walala are red fruit driven with clean earth, a slight spice, elegant structure and a complex core.