Diamond Oaks Pinot Noir Carneros 2003

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Diamond Oaks Vineyard:
Nestled in the foothills above the Napa Valley, Diamond Oaks Winery is an exceptional place to articulate our winemaking craft. Our guests will delight in the panoramic views of the Napa Valley where rolling hills form a picturesque mosaic of vineyards. We invite you to relax and enjoy your lunch in our shaded picnic grounds hidden amongst the oak trees. Let the gentle Napa Valley breeze wed th... Read more
Nestled in the foothills above the Napa Valley, Diamond Oaks Winery is an exceptional place to articulate our winemaking craft. Our guests will delight in the panoramic views of the Napa Valley where rolling hills form a picturesque mosaic of vineyards. We invite you to relax and enjoy your lunch in our shaded picnic grounds hidden amongst the oak trees. Let the gentle Napa Valley breeze wed the bouquet of our unique wines with your culinary indulgence. Since 1977, the family has acquired 550 acres of estate vineyards in four premier Sonoma and Napa appellations - Napa Valley, Chalk Hill, Carneros, and Alexander Valley. Each of these picture-perfect vineyards was years in the making. Among the family's 550-acres are 330-acres of cool and windswept Carneros vineyard, including a large percentage dedicated to classic Dijon and Bordeaux clones. The release of a new wine from these vines comes, not in response to market forces, but from the fact of perfect readiness. After years of careful attention to viticultural detail, we are proud to release a collection of Chardonnays defined by remarkable distinction. Dinesh acquired a 52-acre wine country retreat located near the town of Calistoga in the upper Napa Valley. In 1982, he purchased another vineyard property that included a prohibition era winery located in Sonoma County's bucolic Alexander Valley. Shortly thereafter, he added another 92-acres in the Chalk Hill district, followed by the purchase of 330-acres in Carneros in 1994. The purchase of vineyard land was only the beginning. To produce the finest grapes required a tremendous commitment of time and resources. Each newly acquired vineyard site was the perfect marriage between clonal selection and the terroir. Throughout this developmental stage, contracts for fruit harvested from the family's vineyards remain in great demand by a who's-who list of Napa Valley vintners. Read less


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