Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Adler Fels Winery

Founded in Sonoma Valley in 1979 by David and Ayn Coleman and perching high on a crest in the Mayacamas Mountains, Adler Fels (German for “Eagle Rock”) has views of vineyards in Sonoma to Napa and beyond. In 2016, they announced that they had updated their brand with new wines and new packaging. Winemakers Aaron Bader and Linda Trotta continue the tradition of making the wines from top grape growers who have worked with the winery for as many as three generations.

Adler Fels Winery

Tasting Notes:
2014 Pinot Noir: 76% Santa Rita Hills/24% Russian River Valley grapes; cassis, spices, and pepper aromas; black cherry and cassis flavors into a tart red berry finish; light bodied but well-balanced; 1,500 cases produced; SRP $27.99.
2015 Chardonnay, 50% Russian River Valley/50% Monterey County; Meyer Lemon, apple, and melon aromas; tropical fruit, honeyed almond, and toast flavors into a lemony finish; pleasing mouthfeel, well-balanced, and a pleasure to drink; 1,000 cases produced; SRP $19.99.
*Wine provided for editorial purposes - all opinions are my own.

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