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Peterson Agraria Big Barn Red Bradford Mountain 2001

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Tasting Notes Agraria embodies the essence of Bradford Mountain terroir, weaving it into the fabric of every drop of wine. Deliciously alluring sweet cherry and plum aromas mix seamlessly with hints of cedar. A thread of mineralty, drawn into the grapes from the mountainside soil, serves as a backdrop across the palate. Spicy cherry and black currant flavors overlay notes of cedar and tobacco. With softening tannins and a firm structure, our '01 Agraria is built for sheer enjoyment, now or for several years to come. Vineyard Bradford Mountain Estate Vineyard, on the western edge of Dry Creek Valley, is 32 acres on the very top of the mountain (elevation 1000 feet) planted in the 1980s. Great pains were taken to search for the proper varietals and clones to plant in the mineral-rich mountain soil. Well-drained, red-clay soil, combined with sunny days and cool nights produce small, intensely flavored grapes with a higher acidity and a lower pH than valley fruit. These grapes are picked at a higher sugar to achieve the perfect balance for exceptional wines.

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Winery: Peterson Winery
Color: Red
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Tasting Notes Agraria embodies the essence of Bradford Mountain terroir, weaving it into the fabric of every drop of wine. Deliciously alluring sweet cherry and plum aromas mix seamlessly with hints of cedar. A thread of mineralty, drawn into the grapes from the mountainside soil, serves as a backdrop across the palate. Spicy cherry and black currant flavors overlay notes of cedar and tobacco. With softening tannins and a firm structure, our '01 Agraria is built for sheer enjoyment, now or for several years to come. Vineyard Bradford Mountain Estate Vineyard, on the western edge of Dry Creek Valley, is 32 acres on the very top of the mountain (elevation 1000 feet) planted in the 1980s. Great pains were taken to search for the proper varietals and clones to plant in the mineral-rich mountain soil. Well-drained, red-clay soil, combined with sunny days and cool nights produce small, intensely flavored grapes with a higher acidity and a lower pH than valley fruit. These grapes are picked at a higher sugar to achieve the perfect balance for exceptional wines.

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