Anthill Farms

Campbell Ranch Vineyard Pinot Noir

9.010 ratings
9.32 pro ratings
Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, California, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Jordan Wardlaw

Searing bright acid, delicate floral accents, succulent red fruit, lively spice and silky tannins. Just a gorgeous Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir- transmitting unmistakable coastal terroir, intense yet elegant, concentrated yet clear. One of my favorite Anthill wines of the entire range and certainly the most overtly aromatic given its youthful status. I wouldn’t normally recommend drinking one of Anthony’s wines so young but 2015 was indeed an unusual vintage here in Sonoma that yielded its share of compact, ultra-concentrated wines that are developing at a brisk pace. Perhaps this is one of them. Whatever the case, feel free to enjoy now- it is already quite expressive and rewarding. Superb!

Searing bright acid, delicate floral accents, succulent red fruit, lively spice and silky tannins. Just a gorgeous Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir- transmitting unmistakable coastal terroir, intense yet elegant, concentrated yet clear. One of my favorite Anthill wines of the entire range and certainly the most overtly aromatic given its youthful status. I wouldn’t normally recommend drinking one of Anthony’s wines so young but 2015 was indeed an unusual vintage here in Sonoma that yielded its share of compact, ultra-concentrated wines that are developing at a brisk pace. Perhaps this is one of them. Whatever the case, feel free to enjoy now- it is already quite expressive and rewarding. Superb!

1 person found it helpfulAug 4th, 2018
Aaron Rankin

Great “Tuesday” wine

Great “Tuesday” wine

Apr 23rd, 2019
Pinotman /// Andreas

Burgundian in style low %. I am pretty sure this includes stems. Strawberry compote but also herbaceous and way to young! Dislodged at the moment I am pretty sure this will come around at the moment too green. I would say buy a couple of bottles and wait - this is not a drink now wine. From the San Diego Wine Company. Just 4 bottles left I think. Worth the risk but pricy 50$.

Burgundian in style low %. I am pretty sure this includes stems. Strawberry compote but also herbaceous and way to young! Dislodged at the moment I am pretty sure this will come around at the moment too green. I would say buy a couple of bottles and wait - this is not a drink now wine. From the San Diego Wine Company. Just 4 bottles left I think. Worth the risk but pricy 50$.

Feb 11th, 2018
John Willison

Dark berry fruit on the nose. Black fruit, licorice, forest floor. Good stuff.

Dark berry fruit on the nose. Black fruit, licorice, forest floor. Good stuff.

Dec 10th, 2017
Ken Wu

At home

At home

Feb 9th, 2019
John Berghoff

John had this 2 years ago

John had this 2 years ago

Feb 8th, 2018
Douglas Weinstein

Douglas had this 6 months ago

Douglas had this 6 months ago

Jul 30th, 2019
Tracy Byrnes

Tracy had this a year ago

Tracy had this a year ago

Nov 19th, 2018
Ian Cairns

Ian had this 2 years ago

Ian had this 2 years ago

Nov 5th, 2017
Oscar Quintanilla

Oscar had this 2 years ago

Oscar had this 2 years ago

Sep 20th, 2017