Our smallest pinot noir block gained its name from an early failed attempt by Bill and Susan Sokol Blosser to control weeds naturally. After the block was fenced in and the flock of geese released, it quickly became clear that the social animals had zero interest in roaming the 2.5 acres and simply wanted to be near their owners at all times. Our organic farming practices have come a long way, but the name and infamous story remain. This wine exhibits aromas of sweet strawberry with hints of black pepper. Flavors of strawberry, cranberry and cigar box with ripe tannins and a splash of toasted oak on the finish.