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2017 - Camp Goff Pinot Noir

In 1981, Ron and Diane Miller founded Napa Valley’s Silverado Vineyards with Diane’s mother Lillian Disney. In 2009, they opened the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco as a showcase of Walt Disney's life and work so future generations could share the story and create their own.  Camp Goff is one of those stories.

“Our mom (and scout leader) Jenny Miller-Goff, raised us on Cape Cod. Situated on a camp-like setting on a lake, our home became known as Camp Goff since it was where the Goff siblings and neighboring friends would spend summers swimming there. In 2009 we made the move to Sonoma. We were lucky to have our grandparents (Ron and Diane Miller) and Silverado close by to make us feel at home and inspire our love of wine. We made new friendships, developed new memories and fell in love with the Sonoma/Napa area.  We created Camp Goff Pinot Noir to commemorate who we are where, and where we come from.”  – Charlotte Goff

*$10 from each bottle sold from the 2017 Camp Goff Pinot Noir will be donated to Restaurants Care Wild Fire relief to help restaurant workers who have lost work, homes, or have otherwise been impacted by the recent California fires. For this reason, no additional discounts will be given.

$35
Camp Goff Pinot Noir
Tasting Notes Light in style, this Pinot Noir exhibits aromas of red floral notes on the nose, with flavors freshly picked cherries, strawberry starburst, ground sage, fruity and round on the palate. Crushed sweet mulberry and hints of vanilla brioche on the finish.
  • Varietal 100% Pinot Noir
  • Appellation Sonoma Valley
  • Vineyard North Castle Road Estate
  • Harvest Info September 2, 2017
    24.5° Brix
  • Skin Contact 8 days of skin contact
    punched down by hand
  • Oak Profile 9 months barrel age in 100% French oak (20% new)
  • Analysis 13.3% alcohol
    5.60 g/L TA
    3.82 pH
    0.05% Rs
    bottled June 2018
    85 cases produced
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