Bohème was originally chosen for its geographical reference to the Bohemian Highway that runs through the town of Occidental, on the Sonoma Coast. The road’s name arose in the late 1800s when San Francisco’s Bohemian Club followed this summertime route to a grove in the redwoods. In 2000 Chuck Wagner (owner of Caymus) asked Kurt Beitler (Boheme’s winemaker/owner) to manage his Pinot noir vineyard near Occidental. Some years later he had an epiphany about the transformative wines that surrounded him and he decided that right then the Sonoma Coast became the place of inspiration for Boheme winery.
The Boheme 2015 Pinot Noir from the venerable Stuller Vineyard offers up pleasant flavors and aromatics of red fruits and white pepper that explode quietly on the palate as it develops. The medium to full body is laced with lush and bright flavors of red stone fruits revealing elements of cranberry, pomegranate and wild strawberry that dance along the palate. The wine finishes with lots of flavors and silky-grained tannins.
Footnote: Alc. 13.4% . Only 144 cases (6 barrels) were produced
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