Littorai Pinot Noir Anderson Valley Cerise Vineyard 2006

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Littorai's philosophy of winemaking is inspired by Ted's years in France and is based upon the concept of terroir. Al...

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/17/2009

A Pinot Noir wine from California in USA. 2006 Littorai Pinot Noir Cerise Vineyard 750ml


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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/17/2009

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Winemaker's Notes:

Littorai's philosophy of winemaking is inspired by Ted's years in France and is based upon the concept of terroir. All of the sites in the Littorai vineyard portfolio have been carefully selected by Ted. Many of these are steep hillsides where yields and ripening conditions are marginal. Fruit sorting happens at the harvest and again in the cellar. All Pinots are cold soaked. Chardonnays are pressed whole cluster. They all undergo native yeast fermentation and complete malolactic fermentation (as long as nature cooperates). They also are bottled unfined and unfiltered and are bottled directly off their original lees.

Littorai's philosophy of winemaking is inspired by Ted's years in France and is based upon the concept of terroir. All of the sites in the Littorai vineyard portfolio have been carefully selected by Ted. Many of these are steep hillsides where yields and ripening conditions are marginal. Fruit sorting happens at the harvest and again in the cellar. All Pinots are cold soaked. Chardonnays are pressed whole cluster. They all undergo native yeast fermentation and complete malolactic fermentation (as long as nature cooperates). They also are bottled unfined and unfiltered and are bottled directly off their original lees.

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