This selection is named for the apple and pear orchard where the Peays planted their far-coast vineyard. It’s blended predominantly from Dijon clones, which give dark berry flavors along with a pinesap character at this particular site. It’s black, supple and rich, more overtly powerful than Peay’s 2007 Scallop Shelf Pinot Noir. The tannin and acidity need some time to meld. For the cellar.