Deer Creek Vineyards Pinot Noir 2010

Winemaker's Notes:

The Pinot Noir fruit was de-stemmed into steel fermentation tanks, where it spent 7 to 10 days cold soaking before fermentation began. All of the Pinot Noir was fermented with native yeasts and the wine was put into barrels where it underwent secondary fermentation.

Region: USA » Oregon » Southern Oregon

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  • 2010

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Color: Red
Varietal: Pinot Noir
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Deer Creek Vineyards:
Deer Creek Vineyards is a 70 acre property with 40 cultivated acres which will produce in excess of 10,000 cases during calendar year 2010. The variety and quantity of grapes are Pinot Noir (20 acres), Pinot Gris (12 acres) and Chardonnay (8 acres). The anticipated 2010 yield in tons will equal approximately 160 tons. The balance of acreage is committed to approximately 7,590 square feet of... Read more
Deer Creek Vineyards is a 70 acre property with 40 cultivated acres which will produce in excess of 10,000 cases during calendar year 2010. The variety and quantity of grapes are Pinot Noir (20 acres), Pinot Gris (12 acres) and Chardonnay (8 acres). The anticipated 2010 yield in tons will equal approximately 160 tons. The balance of acreage is committed to approximately 7,590 square feet of added improvements, including, residence, shop, wine storage, and tasting room. Property also includes grazing pastures and hay production. Superior water rights provide abundant access to both primary and secondary water resources. The topography of the property has excellent potential for future cave development for wine storage as well. Read less

Tasting Notes:

The 2010 Pinot Noir has a light cranberry with orange edges color. The nose is strawberry, blackberry, and cigar box, a hint of anise and floral hint. The palate shows a well-balanced fruit, characteristic of Pinot Noir, soft acidic finish with supple tannin and a touch of clove.

The Pinot Noir fruit was de-stemmed into steel fermentation tanks, where it spent 7 to 10 days cold soaking before fermentation began. All of the Pinot Noir was fermented with native yeasts and the wine was put into barrels where it underwent secondary fermentation.

Dietary Information: All-Natural

Wine Specs:

Alcohol: 13%

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