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Siduri Pinot Noir Russian River Valley Amber Ridge 2005

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Very few vineyards have emerged on the Pinot Noir scene with the same splash as the Amber Ridge Vineyard. This success is certainly due, in large part, to the hard work of the vineyard’s owner, Frank Darrien. Of course, it also helps tremendously that virtually all of the Pinot Noirs released from this vineyard have received great press from the Wine Spectator. We are especially pleased with how the 2005 Siduri Amber Ridge Pinot Noir has turned out. We worked very hard to create a wine that exceeded the quality of last year’s release and ultimately settled on a blend that we loved, but that utilized only 41% of the final barrels. This type of selection process can be painful on the pocketbook but very rewarding when popping a cork. We’re just sorry we didn’t make more!

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Siduri Wines:
Siduri started more than 15 years ago in our native Texas. At the time it was a dream shared by two wine geeks (us!) who wanted nothing more than to move to California and make killer Pinot Noir from the finest vineyards we could find. Today that dream is a reality. In 2004 Siduri celebrated its 10 year anniversary. We can hardly believe it, but between two wine labels (Siduri and sister la... Read more
Siduri started more than 15 years ago in our native Texas. At the time it was a dream shared by two wine geeks (us!) who wanted nothing more than to move to California and make killer Pinot Noir from the finest vineyards we could find. Today that dream is a reality. In 2004 Siduri celebrated its 10 year anniversary. We can hardly believe it, but between two wine labels (Siduri and sister label Novy Family Wines) and three beautiful children, we are beyond blessed and beyond busy! With our small but tireless crew we produce over 25 different Pinot Noir wines each year, representing the largest Pinot Noir focus of any California winery. We invite you to use this site to learn more about our wines, winemaking, and vineyards as well as to access our online tasting notes. To receive information directly from the winery on special wine offerings, events and tastings, please take a moment to join our mailing list. Next time your travels take you to the wine country, be sure to give us a call. We would be delighted to have you visit the winery for a personal tour and tasting. Thanks again for your interest in Siduri. We love what we do and enjoy the opportunity to share with others. Adam & Dianna Lee Read less

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Snooth User: Barberolo
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06/24/2008

big red bing cherry fruit and classic RRV cola with excellent balance and length. good structure to last a while.


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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/19/2009

A Pinot Noir wine from California in USA. 2005 Siduri Pinot Noir Santa Rita Hills 750ml



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Very few vineyards have emerged on the Pinot Noir scene with the same splash as the Amber Ridge Vineyard. This success is certainly due, in large part, to the hard work of the vineyard’s owner, Frank Darrien. Of course, it also helps tremendously that virtually all of the Pinot Noirs released from this vineyard have received great press from the Wine Spectator. We are especially pleased with how the 2005 Siduri Amber Ridge Pinot Noir has turned out. We worked very hard to create a wine that exceeded the quality of last year’s release and ultimately settled on a blend that we loved, but that utilized only 41% of the final barrels. This type of selection process can be painful on the pocketbook but very rewarding when popping a cork. We’re just sorry we didn’t make more!

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