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Kramer Vineyards Barbera Walla Walla Valley 2009

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

Low, dark-fruited cinnamon, herb and oily wood nose gains intensity with air, though the fruit resides in the dried plum and dried berry end of the spectrum. A bit disjointed with good acidity that is seemingly distinct from the lightly flavored but seemingly sweet notes of raspberry and cherry in the mouth. There are few tannins to speak of so this stays light in the mouth, though there is just not a lot going on here and the finish is quite short. 80pts

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Kramer Vineyards:
Located 30 miles west of Portland in the northern part of the Yamhill-Carlton AVA, our wines are made from grapes grown in our LIVE-certified sustainable estate vineyard. Our goal is to produce wines that are true expressions of varietal, vineyard, and vintage. We believe this is achieved through a combination of sustainable viticulture practices and a winemaking philosophy that is driven by th... Read more
Located 30 miles west of Portland in the northern part of the Yamhill-Carlton AVA, our wines are made from grapes grown in our LIVE-certified sustainable estate vineyard. Our goal is to produce wines that are true expressions of varietal, vineyard, and vintage. We believe this is achieved through a combination of sustainable viticulture practices and a winemaking philosophy that is driven by the flavor profile and composition of the fruit at harvest. We produce Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Müller-Thurgau, Carmine, sparkling, rosé, and dessert wines. Read less

Editorial Reviews for Kramer Vineyards Barbera Walla Walla Valley

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
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2.50 5
09/10/2012

Low, dark-fruited cinnamon, herb and oily wood nose gains intensity with air, though the fruit resides in the dried plum and dried berry end of the spectrum. A bit disjointed with good acidity that is seemingly distinct from the lightly flavored but seemingly sweet notes of raspberry and cherry in the mouth. There are few tannins to speak of so this stays light in the mouth, though there is just not a lot going on here and the finish is quite short. 80pts



Dietary Information: Certified Sustainable

100 cases produced.

Closure: Cork

Aged 18 months in French Oak.

Wine Specs:

Alcohol: 14.2% pH: 3.73
Total Acidity: 5.9 grams per liter

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