A devilish and wicked wine.
Rising from the bulrush wetlands and engulfing everything that is in its path, the dense tule fog is a source of nourishment for the vineyards during dormancy, but it also has devilish wickedness that causes havoc for all those that dare to enter it. Located in the Lodi sub-AVA Jahant which benefits from the nightly and cool Pacific Ocean breezes that wind through the Delta River. It is along these riverbeds, the tule fog has the highest density. It can be damp and bone-chilling simply walking through these vineyards. The first release of Devil’s Fog is intense and full of mouth-filling celestial flavors.
Devil's Fog Pinot Noir
The first release of Devil’s Fog Lodi Pinot Noir is intense and full of mouth-filling celestial flavors. The scent wafts of spices, cherries, and strawberries. A sip guides you into fleshy flavors of black cherries, raspberries, and blueberries that twist and twirl with vanilla and cloves. The finish is full and has a gratifying earthiness. The blend includes Pinot Noir, Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, and a touch of Rubired