The same care is found in the creation of Foursight’s award-winning wines, which are estate grown and bottled, sourced from the family’s Charles Vineyard, planted in 2001. They are handmade using traditional, old world techniques, including 100% wild yeast fermentation and wild malolactic fermentation. Foursight mainly grows pinot noir, along with sauvignon blanc, and a small quantity of semillon, an unusual varietal for the area.
Foursight’s pinot noirs include their flagship Charles Vineyard, with its bright color and cherry flavors accented with a hint of spice; the elegant, crisp Clone, which won the Best of Show Red and Best of Class/Double Gold medal at the 2019 Mendocino County Fair Wine Competition; and the Paraboll, made with grapes that stay on the vine longer, soaking up the sunshine, a technique reflected in the wine, which showcases its rich fruit taste. If you’re not a fan of oak in your pinot noir, Foursight has you covered with their Zero Oak pinot noir. The bright, crisp sauvignon blanc and fuller bodied Semillon are perfect for warmer weather, and pair well with a variety of dishes.