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Thousand Foot Pinot Noir 2006

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High elevation and marine influences provide the perfect microclimate for Pinot Noir, since the fog rarely climbs above 900 feet and the grapes spend more time in sunlight.This results in a 2006 Thousand Foot, Russian River Valley, Pinot Noir that is rich and full of vibrant raspberry and luscious cherry flavors.

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Color: Red
Varietal: Pinot Noir
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The Nine North Wine Company is located in the prestigious Stags Leap District. Owned and operated by Jim Gill and James Harder, two long time friends from Canada who have fulfilled their dreams by moving to the Napa Valley to produce wine. Working closely with Gill and Harder, is fellow vintner Jim Regusci. The three have developed a unique portfolio of small handcrafted wines. Each brand is u... Read more
The Nine North Wine Company is located in the prestigious Stags Leap District. Owned and operated by Jim Gill and James Harder, two long time friends from Canada who have fulfilled their dreams by moving to the Napa Valley to produce wine. Working closely with Gill and Harder, is fellow vintner Jim Regusci. The three have developed a unique portfolio of small handcrafted wines. Each brand is under complete ownership and guidance by at least one of the three members. Read less

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Snooth User: Nicolaus Bauer
74017223
2.00 5
02/26/2009

Too overpowered and to much taste of alcohol. I did not taste the rich and full raspberry and plush dark cherry as described on the bottle.


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Source: kybecca
10/08/2009

A great deal on a bright and vibrant Pinot from Sonoma\'s Russian River Valley - on sale for $14.99!



High elevation and marine influences provide the perfect microclimate for Pinot Noir, since the fog rarely climbs above 900 feet and the grapes spend more time in sunlight.This results in a 2006 Thousand Foot, Russian River Valley, Pinot Noir that is rich and full of vibrant raspberry and luscious cherry flavors.

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