VOLUME 10, ISSUE 13
June 27, 2015
ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE:
Exploring the Heritage Vineyards of Sonoma County: A Trip Well Taken Cohn Vineyard Bacigalupi Paris Tasting Block Rochioli Vineyards & Winery West Block Lynmar Estate Quail Hill Vineyard Dehlinger Winery Old Vines Pellegrini Wine Co. Olivet Lane Vineyard Hanzell Vineyards The Ambassador’s 1953 Vineyard Patz & Hall Sonoma House Visit & Tasting with James Hall Hyde Vineyard Saturday Night Dinner Bacchanal Pinot Briefs A Reader’s Letter Brightens My Day
Bush-Field Estate Vineyards and Winery is located among 129 acres of sprawling hills spotted with California oak trees and other native brush. A 2.5-acre lake on the estate is a favorite site for spotting blue herons, egrets and migratory geese. Situated in the Sonoma Valley AVA, the vineyard is the highest in Sonoma County, some 2359 feet above sea level and high enough for an occasional drop of snow. 5 acres of Pinot Noir were planted in 1999 on this magnificent site above Jack London State Park in Sonoma County.
Proprietor Alan Benfield Bush is a successful businessman who was managing director of hair stylist education at Vidal Sasson and later founder of the ABBA Pure and Natural Hair Care line. He is a noted motivational speaker and product innovator in the fashion and beauty industry. In 1997, he sold his product line and bought his ranch, following his dream of owning a vineyard that began at the age of 19.
Articles About Bush-Field Estate
2005 Bush-Field Estate Vineyards & Winery Sonoma Mountain Top Pinot Noir
13.5% alc.,$54 · A shy nose of red Pinot fruits and noticeable oak. Deep, roasted cherry flavors with oak toast, herbs and a hint of mocha java and mountain dust. Finishes with lively acidity. The best of the three wines. Reviewed October 20, 2007 ARTICLE »
2004 Bush-Field Estate Vineyards & Winery Sonoma Mountain Top Pinot Noir
13.5% alc., $54. · Unusual aromatics with wet stone, cranberry, violets and even peach. Very ripe fruit flavors on the palate with currents predominating. Gentle finish. Reviewed October 20, 2007 ARTICLE »
2003 Bush-Field Estate Vineyards & Winery Sonoma Mountain Top Pinot Noir
13.5% alc., $54. · Super-ripe fruit with plum and dark berries on the nose. Flavors tended toward prune and port. Marked drying tannins on the finish. Reviewed October 20, 2007 ARTICLE »
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