Wine Spectator: The Most Interesting Pinot Noir

The Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson called the Foursight 2006 Charles Vineyard Pinot the most interesting Pinot Noir at the CA Wine Experience in New York City!

His blog post after the event reads: "Perhaps the most interesting Pinot was that of Foursight Wines. Its Pinot Noir Anderson Valley Charles Vineyard 2006 showed a refreshing lightness in weight along with vibrant cherry, currant and spice flavors. ... The lighter body and delicacy was a nice contrast to many of the more powerful, concentrated Pinots and Cabernets in the room."