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Sonoma Valley  Pinot Noir wine grapes being harvested for Myriad Cellars Rose

Sangiacomo Tall Grass VineyardMyriad Cellars Rose' of Pinot Noir

In 1993 the Sangiacomo family was faced with the challenge of keeping grape supplies going for long-term relationships while replanting several of the original vineyards due to Phylloxera. Nancy Donnell of Donnell Ranch reached out to Angelo Sangiacomo to explore the possibility of a vineyard partnership. A beautiful, long-term relationship between the Sangiacomo family and the Donnell families was born that continues to this day and into the next generation.

The Tall Grass Vineyard is situated on the lower hillside slopes and valley floor that form the southwest boundary of the Sonoma Valley.  The vineyards have more than fifteen clone and rootstock combinations and are the source of grapes for more than twenty wineries. Both vineyards were first planted in 1993. The Myriad Rose' is hand harvested from this vineyard when it is at an under ripe brim level of 21.5 to make Rose' on purpose.

  • Certified Sustainable (CSWA)
  • Planted Acreage: 245
  • Varietals: Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir
  • Appellations: Carneros and Sonoma Coast