Pinot Noir is usually one of the earliest ripening varietals in Sonoma County, but the Arrendell Pinot Noir is often ...Read more...
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Pinot Noir is usually one of the earliest ripening varietals in Sonoma County, but the Arrendell Pinot Noir is often picked after much of Sonoma County’s Cabernet Sauvignon, the latest ripening red varietal, is harvested. The cold meso-climate that results from cool air settling in this low-lying vineyard preserves natural acidity in the grapes and helps protect the purity expression of the unique, ultra complex terroir in this wine. Balanced, natural acidity and density of distinct flavors that result from these adverse conditions also accentuates the potential for extended aging of Arrendell Vineyard Pinot Noirs.
Dietary Information: Kosher, Organic
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