Ken Wright Canary Hill Pinot Noir 2010

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Wine from Canary Hill is typically very forward, with aromas of black cherry and cola. Located at the southern end of...

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Station Plaza Wine & Spirits
Bronxville, NY (2,500 mi)
USD 144.00
1500ml
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Canary Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir is fruit focused, with a modest structure, light tannins and bright acidity. Red and blue fruits, such as blueberry... Read more

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Source: Vines Wine and Spirits
03/01/2013

Canary Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir is fruit focused, with a modest structure, light tannins and bright acidity. Red and blue fruits, such as blueberry and cherry shine through.


Winemaker's Notes:

Wine from Canary Hill is typically very forward, with aromas of black cherry and cola. Located at the southern end of the Eola Hills and faces east. The original vines were planted in 1983 and 1984. All of the acreage planted to Pinot noir was Pommard clone. Two and a half acres that were originally Chenin Blanc were replanted to Pommard and Dijon 114 clones. Six acres that were planted to Chardonnay were replaced with Dijon 777 clone. The entire 20 acres are now planted to Pinot noir. Elevation is 450' to 550'. The soil is a mix of Jory and Nekia. Both are formed from igneous rock and have a reddish-brown tint. This site, however, has less depth than similar soils in the Dundee Hills.

Wine from Canary Hill is typically very forward, with aromas of black cherry and cola. Located at the southern end of the Eola Hills and faces east. The original vines were planted in 1983 and 1984. All of the acreage planted to Pinot noir was Pommard clone. Two and a half acres that were originally Chenin Blanc were replanted to Pommard and Dijon 114 clones. Six acres that were planted to Chardonnay were replaced with Dijon 777 clone. The entire 20 acres are now planted to Pinot noir. Elevation is 450' to 550'. The soil is a mix of Jory and Nekia. Both are formed from igneous rock and have a reddish-brown tint. This site, however, has less depth than similar soils in the Dundee Hills.

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