In the Fort Ross–Seaview appellation on California’s rugged and remote Sonoma Coast, Pinot Noir is coming on strong. Within view of the frigid, pounding Pacific Ocean, a dramatic topography shaped by the San Andreas Fault is proving an exceptional terroir for lush but precise Burgundy-style reds. In this story, we profile the wines and winemakers at the edge of the continent.
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