Gary Farrell Pinot Noir Santa Barbara County 1999

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Our Allen Vineyard Pinot Noirs have been some of our most awarded and highly acclaimed wines of the past decade. Howe...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Our Allen Vineyard Pinot Noirs have been some of our most awarded and highly acclaimed wines of the past decade. However we only produce the Allen Vineyard designates in the most exceptional of vintages. In addition the obvious considerations of meticulous farming, location, climate and soil, there may be another factor which contributes to the success of wines produced from the Allen and Rochioli vineyards. These may be among the first vineyards in the Russian River Valley to be planted to the highly desirable "Pommard" clone. Conversely, the vast majority of Pinot Noir vines planted in California during this period (late 1960’s) were "Martini" clone, a sparkling wine clone not well suited for still red wine production.

Our Allen Vineyard Pinot Noirs have been some of our most awarded and highly acclaimed wines of the past decade. However we only produce the Allen Vineyard designates in the most exceptional of vintages. In addition the obvious considerations of meticulous farming, location, climate and soil, there may be another factor which contributes to the success of wines produced from the Allen and Rochioli vineyards. These may be among the first vineyards in the Russian River Valley to be planted to the highly desirable "Pommard" clone. Conversely, the vast majority of Pinot Noir vines planted in California during this period (late 1960’s) were "Martini" clone, a sparkling wine clone not well suited for still red wine production.

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