To the Point

Pinot Noir



We are excited to present our "To the Point" Pinot Noir, made exclusively for We want to thank the Angels for making this tasty wine possible, wishes fulfilled!

This is an elegant and lush Pinot Noir with aromas of red fruit, especially strawberry, and notes of brown sugar. The supple palate offers cherry and cranberry flavors with hints of spice. Excellent acidity and soft, round tannins lead to a long finish

Winemaker and proprietor Daniel LeFrancois and consulting winemaker Scott Peterson blended our Pinot Noir using lots selected from vineyards found in Northern and Central California. Each lot added its own unique layer to the final wine profile. Traditional, minimalistic winemaking techniques result in a wine that allows classic varietal characteristics and true California terroir to shine through in every glass.

Brass Tacks Chardonnay
Winemaker and Owner Daniel LeFrancois

Daniel LeFrancois

Winemaker & Proprietor

Since the first release of the 2004 vintage, Daniel LeFrancois has set out to craft wines that showcase the flavor, harmony and balance of California fruit. Daniel is a veteran in the wine and spirits industry, with over 30 years of experience in sales, marketing and brand development. For over 15 years, Daniel has produced award-winning wines, including Brass Tacks, Wine Spots Wines and Zinfandelic, that reflect true varietal, regional and vineyard characteristics.

Winemaker Scott Peterson

Scott Peterson

Collaborative Winemaker

Scott's passion for wines spans over 30 years in the industry. He played an integral role at Kendall-Jackson in defining the California Chardonnay. With experience in the international and domestic wine areas, Scott crafts his own wines as well as acting as consulting winemaker. His ventures include producing wines for the Angels at Through these ventures, he enjoys the privelage of crafting wines that he wants to make, reflecting traditional and modern styles that are gloriously California in all ways.

Food Pairings

Pinot Noir, one of the classic Burgundian varietals, has become a popular red wine for fans looking for silky texture. The higher acidity makes Pinot Noir a perfect complement for salmon and other fish. It is also an excellent pairing for milder cheeses, pastas, and salads.