ELEGANT: Cherry, Fresh, Forest Floor, Red PlumRead more...
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Light and tangy, with a crisp edge to the delicate guava and tea flavors, lingering silkily. Drink now through 2016. 3,770 cases made. -HS The entry level is the 2009 Pinot Noir Cuvee A which offers up a spicy perfume along with floral notes and assorted red fruits. Forward and easy-going on the palate, this nicely proportioned effort will provide enjoyment over the next 4-5 years. AROMARed cherry, strawberry, cedar, forest floor, sandalwood, leatherFLAVORJuicy, red cherry, red plum, rose petal, forest floor, great acidityFINISHLong, smooth, silky tannins - WinerySUGGESTED FOOD PAIRINGSsalmon, burgers, roast game hen, rabbit confit, venison, bacon-wrapped scallopsProduction: 3770 casesVarietal Composition: 100% Pinot NoirVineyards:Rainbow Ridge 27%Anne Amie Estate 18%Alloro 17%Gran Moraine 14%Greyhorse 9%Louise 7%Boisseau 5%Justin Grant 3%Clones: 115, 667, 777, 828, P4, WadenswilOak: aged 10 months in French oak, 16% new, 18% 1 year, 66% neutralSoil Types: Willak...
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