Drew Family Cellars Weir Vineyard Yorkville Highland Pinot Noir 2007

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[92 pts Wine Spectator] Dark cherry red color. Medium full bodied. Scents of spice sweet black cherries and exotic plums with concentrated floral notes and a nice integration of oak. The palate is complex and round with delicious mouth watering cherry fruits and a wonderful acidity on the finish with varietal undertones of rose petals with a hint of minerality.

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  • 2007

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Color: Red
Varietal: Pinot Noir
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Drew Family Cellars:
Jason Drew began his winemaking odyssey in 1980, when he helped plant his uncle’s vineyard in the Stag’s Leap District of Napa Valley. Jason then pursued an education based on the land – in Agricultural Ecology, Viticulture and Enology. A passion and philosophy grew during the early years, when Jason managed world-class vineyards in Northern California. Discussions that had germinated years ... Read more
Jason Drew began his winemaking odyssey in 1980, when he helped plant his uncle’s vineyard in the Stag’s Leap District of Napa Valley. Jason then pursued an education based on the land – in Agricultural Ecology, Viticulture and Enology. A passion and philosophy grew during the early years, when Jason managed world-class vineyards in Northern California. Discussions that had germinated years earlier when Jason and Molly first dreamt of having their own winery began to resurface. In 2000, they formed Drew while Jason was Associate Winemaker at Babcock Vineyards and Winery in Santa Barbara’s Santa Rita Hills area. In 2003, Drew was on its own. 2004 was a milestone year, when Jason and Molly purchased property on a ridgetop overlooking Anderson Valley to the east and the Pacific Ocean 3 miles to the west. Jason's instinct was clear that this property has the potential for Pinot Noir greatness! They spent the following year designing and building their boutique winery and moved in for the 2005 harvest. Research is currently under way for Drew's first estate vineyard. Read less

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[92 pts Wine Spectator] Dark cherry red color. Medium full bodied. Scents of spice sweet black cherries and exotic plums with concentrated floral notes and a nice integration of oak. The palate is complex and round with delicious mouth watering cherry fruits and a wonderful acidity on the finish with varietal undertones of rose petals with a hint of minerality.

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