Acacia Pinot Noir Carneros Lone Tree Vineyard 2008
This small production wine is a special selection of Winemaker Matthew Glynn’s most compelling barrels from Acacia’s cherished estate vineyard: Lone Tree. This blend includes the Swan clone – for delicacy and perfume, the Hanzel selection for aroma, depth and flavor, the Mt. Eden selection for complexity, and the Pommard clone for structure and length. The grapes were picked by hand, meticulously sorted at the winery and de-stemmed. After being vinified separately in small fermentation lots, the wine was aged in French oak barrels for 13 months. This multifaceted wine carries the delicacy and perfume of green tea, earthiness of blackberry and black cherry, and elegance of fine tannins.
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Wine Tasting NotesThis wine offers aromas of violets, spice and black cherry with hints of vanilla. The medium-bodied palate includes rich flavors of dark fruits plum, black cherry. The mid-palate presents dark fruit flavors and fine tannins leading to a finish of dark fruit and spice with a hint of oak. A by Acacia Pinot Noir is the perfect choice for casual dinners with friends. Enjoy it with cedar-planked salmon, roasted chicken or wild mushroom risotto.
Wine Tasting NotesYoung vines and new clones in the Winery Lake Vineyard create bold, rich Pinot Noir. Our Winery Lake Pinot Noir is an excellent example of this estate's distinctive richness and fruit. This lovely wine shows lush aromas of roasted plums, cocoa and black cherry. On the palate, it reveals black cherry, chocolate and mineral flavors.
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