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Lange Estate Winery has been sourcing fruit from the Freedom Hill Vineyard since 1990 and began making its namesake single-vineyard Pinot noir in 1996. Typically, fruit from this vineyard produces structured wines with higher acidity and a more prominent tannin profile, making it one of our most ageable wines. The 2007 Freedom Hill Vineyard Pinot noir is a full-bodied expression of the grape with extraordinary depth. A distinct nose displays dark, brooding fruit -- marionberry, boysenberry, and huckleberry -- as well as clean barrel spice, almond, and anise. The round, velvety palate shows blackberry, dark cherry, Chambord, tobacco leaf, and spice, all balanced by a well-integrated tannin structure and elegant acidity. With a finish that lingers and lingers, this wine speaks volumes of both the vineyard and the winemakers.
400 cases produced.
Aged 12 months in French Oak.
Notes: Approximately 50% new French oak.
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