2021 Martinelli Russian River Pinot Noir ‘Bella Vigna’

Responsibly Farmed
Hidden Gem
Classic in Style
Woman Winemaker

The ‘Bella Vigna’ is Martinelli’s Estate Pinot Noir. It is aged for 10 months in French oak (50% new) which gives the wine a bold, round body typical of the Martinelli style.

Certified sustainable farming practices, native yeast fermentation, unfined and unfiltered, woman-winemaker, and only 3,463 cases produced annually.

  • Tasting Notes strawberry, red apple, blood orange peel, plum, vanilla, cinnamon, cherry pie
  • Variety Pinot Noir
  • Region United States, California, Sonoma
  • Volume 750ml
  • Alcohol Volume 14.9%
  • Table Talk In 1880 the Martinelli family made the move from Tuscany to Sonoma. The family has been farming the same vineyards for 6 generations!


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The Martinelli family has been growing grapes in the Russian River Valley since 1887. At the ages of 19 and 16, Giuseppe Martinelli and Luisa Vellutini left their small village in the Tuscany region of Italy and made their way to California looking for land to farm and start a winery. Giuseppe had been a winemaker in Italy and with his viticultural knowledge, he was hired to plant a vineyard for a farmer in Forestville. 100 years later, the historic Martinelli Estate vineyards are farmed by Lee Martinelli, Sr., and sons Lee, Jr. and George Martinelli. The wines are made by winemaker Courtney Wagoner. These handcrafted wines are unfined, unfiltered, neither cold nor heat stabilized, and may contain naturally occurring sediment.