Riboli Adds A Pinot Noir To Its Highlands 41 Label

The brand's packaging has also been updated and now features a screw cap closure.

California’s Riboli Estates Group has expanded its estate-grown Highlands 41 brand with a new Pinot Noir sourced from Monterey County. The Pinot ($15 a 750-ml.) joins Highlands 41’s Paso Robles-sourced Cabernet Sauvignon; Black Granite, a red blend also from Paso Robles; and a Monterey County Chardonnay in the brand’s portfolio. Concurrent with the new release, Highlands 41 has received a packaging update and now features a screw cap. The wines are available nationwide. For more information, visit Highlands41.com.