The Goldeneye winery began producing premium Pinot Noir in the Anderson Valley in 1997. The winery sources grapes from five different Estate vineyards located throughout the Anderson Valley, with over 165 vine acres planted to 19 different clones of Pinot Noir on 11 rootstocks. With this selection of Estate vineyards and clonal diversity, there is a broad palette to choose from when assembling the blends. Each vintage, Goldeneye consistently declassifies a large percentage of Pinot Noir in order to meet the high quality standards set for the Goldeneye brand. These declassified lots are bottled as Migration Anderson Valley Pinot Noir.