Kramer Vineyards Pinot Noir Yamhill-Carlton Estate 2009
The grapes were harvested by hand, sorted, and destemmed into 1-1.5-ton vats. The fruit cold soaked for three days, then primary fermentation began. The vats were punched down 2-3 times per day, then once a day toward the end of fermentation. The bins were pressed when the cap fell, and settled overnight before racking to 25% new French oak barrels. The wine aged for ten months and was racked prior to bottling in September.
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Dietary Information: Certified Sustainable
350 cases produced.
Closure: Composite Cork (Diam)
Aged 10 months in French Oak.
Notes: 25% New French oak barrels
|Alcohol: 13.5%||pH: 3.8|
|Total Acidity: 6 grams per liter|
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