The Sonoma Coast Shines at Raen

Far from the Mondavi family’s Napa Cabernet roots, Carlo Mondavi is forging his own path with Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

The Sonoma Coast Shines at Raen
Senior editor James Molesworth says Carlo Mondavi's Sonoma Pinot Noirs are elegant and lightly framed. (Daria Huxley)
From the Aug 31, 2022, issue

Far from the Mondavi family’s Napa Cabernet roots, Carlo Mondavi is forging his own path with Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. Wine Spectator's James Molesworth tastes recent vintages.

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