2018 Foxen John Sebastiano Vineyard Pinot Noir

Foxy, Foxy, you know you're a cute little heartbreaker. Straight from the central coast born from the hands of a talented winemaker. Foxen, Foxen, single-vineyard Pinot Noir is today's superstar.
From the "undiscovered" region that offers "tremendous quality and pedigree" allow us to introduce you to the 2018 Foxen John Sebastiano Vineyard Pinot Noir from Santa Barbara County.
Foxen has built quite a reputation for themselves in the last decade, particularly with their single-vineyard Pinot Noirs. There is a lot to love about these wines, the grapes are all coming from top vineyard sites on the central coast, and are farmed fully sustainably. On top of the good ethos of this company, the juice is fantastic also.
This beauty also comes from one of the world's "significantly undervalued (regions) relative to global peers." You don't have to take my word for it, because acclaimed wine critic Antonio Galloni said that.
"The purity of the fruit, the expression of place, the clear voice of a vintage – all the hallmarks of the world’s greatest wines and regions – they were all there" ~Antonio Galloni
Having California Pinot on hand is almost a requirement here. Whether you are a Pinot drinker or not, time after time it's a crowd favorite. So if you want to be the talk of the town, uncork the Foxen and let it sing.
The John Sebastiano Vineyard sits at a slightly higher elevation than surrounding areas. This elevation change deeply concentrates the juice in the grapes, providing for an almost ethereal wine. This is your chance to get ahold of some of the best wine that the Central Coast has to offer. Pair this with light conversation and even lighter fair, because this wine is providing plenty of complexity of its own.
“The 2018s are exceptional and the best I have tasted from Dick Doré and Bill Wathen. Don’t miss them” ~Antonio Galloni