Named after the three undulating slopes of terraces cascading down from Block M. 4.9 acres in total, Terraces is planted on clay-rich loam and calcareous shale soils. The sections wrap 120 degrees around Block M, completely exposed to the elements. It is planted to five different clones of Pinot Noir, making the final wine a unique combination of old California field selections and new Dijonais clonal material. 20% of the fruit was gently de-stemmed with 80% left as whole-cluster. Aged in neutral barrel (5 to 20 year old French oak).