Butterfield Station Pinot Noir 2019
The name Butterfield Station is deeply ingrained within this history of California. The historic Butterfield Overland Stagecoach Line, established in 1858, was the first transcontinental route from the Mississippi River to California that carried settlers to the great American West. Named for the stations along this historic rail line, our wines personify the promise of California and the new frontier. Located in Central California, Firebaugh’s Ferry was a crucial trading post along the historic Butterfield Overland Stagecoach Line. California entrepreneur Andrew J. Firebaugh established the ferry on the San Joaquin River for passengers traveling from San Francisco to St. Louis. It served as an integral passageway in the western migration and the movement of freight and grain up and down the west coast.
Our Pinot Noir is juicy and vibrant with flavors of red fruit, gently mulled spices and soft oak tannins. Aromas of brown
sugar and spice are complemented by soft strawberry, raspberry, and cherry flavors. The bright flavors of this wine make it a perfect wine for barbequed pork or smoked meat dishes.
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