We can’t believe it! Three Sticks is featured on the cover of Wine Spectator’s Pinot Noir issue – available online today, and on newsstands this month. It’s impossible to put into words what this honor means to us, but it serves as a testament to Bill’s vision, our amazing vineyards, and our best-in-class farming and winemaking teams. We truly have so much to be grateful for!

You can read the full article online, but here’s a sneak peek!

Leading the pack in this report are four classic-scoring wines, each at 95 points, all richly styled and all hailing from Sonoma County, pointing to its continued dominance in producing the state’s greatest Pinot Noirs. They also come from winemakers and vintners with long experience honing their craft—Mark Aubert (Aubert), Matt Courtney (Ferren), Anne Moller-Racke (Donum) and Bob Cabral (Three Sticks)… Durell stands out in this group because its location, at the southern end of Sonoma Valley, straddling Carneros at the tip of the sprawling Sonoma Coast appellation, shows that top wines can be sourced from outside the confines of the Russian River drainage (the home of its classic-scoring peers in this report).

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