Davis Bynum’s legacy lives on through hand-crafted pinot noir and chardonnay grown exclusively in Russian River Valley.
Wines Of India WASHINGTON — Davis Bynum first flirted with winemaking at home in Berkeley when he was a young reporter working at the San Francisco Chronicle. It was 1951 and he purchased a small amount of petite sirah from Robert Mondavi. Things became a bit more serious in 1965 when he transformed a warehouse in Albany into a small winery, where he made wine using knowledge gained from the extensive library at the University of California, Berkeley. In 1973, Bynum found an 84-acre piece of land that eventually became Davis Bynum Winery.
Winery In India Bynum quickly established a reputation as a serious winemaker and was credited as the first to produce a single vineyard pinot noir wine from the Russian River Valley in Sonoma. The 1973 vintage was made from pinot noir fruit sourced solely from Joe Rochioli’s famed vineyard. This innovation eventually became synonymous with distinctive Russian River Valley pinot noirs and chardonnays made from single vineyard fruit. More than 30 years later, the legacy of Bynum lives on through the hand crafted creation of pinot noir and chardonnay grown exclusively in Russian River Valley.
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