Justice vineyard sits on a ridge known as Holmes Gap, rolling southeast at 550 feet in elevation. The Van Duzer winds rip through the gap as they funnel their way east. As a result of this uninhibited exposure, the fruit ripens slowly, developing rich and complex flavors while retaining its focused acidity. The Pinot noir block sits directly next to the Walter Scott Winery on an outcropping of rocky Nekia clay soils. The vines were planted in 2000 and impart the subtle intensity that you only get from established vines.
Our Justice Chardonnay boasts 21-year old vines, giving the wine a concentration of flavor and aromatics. This wine has a flinty kiss of reduction laced with aromas of fennel, wet gravel and Tahitian lime. The palate is elegant and textural with the mouthwatering acidity of a juicy tangerine and a salty, mineral finish.