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Jamesport Vineyards Pinot Noir North Fork 2004

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History: Jamesport Vineyards is a father-son collaboration that began in 1981 at Early Rising Farm in Cutchogue, making Jamesport Vineyards one of the North Fork's oldest vineyards. 60 acres of pristine vineyards are located here. The high quality of their fruit is what gained Jamesport Vineyards a reputation and caused their fruit to be in high demand from both local and upstate wineries. Jamesport Vineyards is truly an estate winery. Ron Goerler Sr. acquired the 150-year-old barn that houses the winery and tasting room in 1986. Drawing on the great Cutchogue fruit supply as well as the talents of his son, Ron Jr., he started Jamesport Vineyards in 1989. Since then, a lot has changed, both aesthetically and agriculturally. New clones of Cabernet Franc, Dijon Chardonnay and Syrah were selected from California vineyards for planting at the winery locale. Tasting Notes: The famous grape of French red Burgundy, Pinot Noir grows well in the cool maritime climate of Long Island. However, it's only during the best vintages that this wine can be produced to its full potential. 2003 is the seventh year Jamesport has produced a Pinot Noir from its estate vineyards in Cutchogue. Our Pinot Noir exhibits a red currant, plum and tobacco nose, while the rich mouth feel is comprised of soft integrated tannins. Flavors of violets, strawberry and coffee will complement dishes like Salmon, pork, tuna, as well as flavorful cheeses. Gold at the 2006 New York Food & Wine Classic. Return to Jamesport Vineyards Wine List

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Snooth User: LennThompson
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12/10/2008

Aromas of cherries, plums, oak and tobacco here. If you've been drinking deeply-extracted, somewhat plump or soft California pinot lately, this is a nice diversion.Sweet red fruit is accented by vanilla, cola and oak on the palate — which is light-to-medium bodied, with a velvety texture, food-friendly acidity and just a little tannin on the finish.



History: Jamesport Vineyards is a father-son collaboration that began in 1981 at Early Rising Farm in Cutchogue, making Jamesport Vineyards one of the North Fork's oldest vineyards. 60 acres of pristine vineyards are located here. The high quality of their fruit is what gained Jamesport Vineyards a reputation and caused their fruit to be in high demand from both local and upstate wineries. Jamesport Vineyards is truly an estate winery. Ron Goerler Sr. acquired the 150-year-old barn that houses the winery and tasting room in 1986. Drawing on the great Cutchogue fruit supply as well as the talents of his son, Ron Jr., he started Jamesport Vineyards in 1989. Since then, a lot has changed, both aesthetically and agriculturally. New clones of Cabernet Franc, Dijon Chardonnay and Syrah were selected from California vineyards for planting at the winery locale. Tasting Notes: The famous grape of French red Burgundy, Pinot Noir grows well in the cool maritime climate of Long Island. However, it's only during the best vintages that this wine can be produced to its full potential. 2003 is the seventh year Jamesport has produced a Pinot Noir from its estate vineyards in Cutchogue. Our Pinot Noir exhibits a red currant, plum and tobacco nose, while the rich mouth feel is comprised of soft integrated tannins. Flavors of violets, strawberry and coffee will complement dishes like Salmon, pork, tuna, as well as flavorful cheeses. Gold at the 2006 New York Food & Wine Classic. Return to Jamesport Vineyards Wine List

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