2013 District 3 Pinot Noir

2013 District 3 Pinot Noir

Sonoma County, California

$18.99



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VARIETAL: Pinot Noir

ALCOHOL: 14.90%

SIZE: 750ml

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Why We're Drinking It:

Our 2013 Growers Reserve Pinot oir opens up with aromas of dried cranberries and raspberry pie filling with sweet vanilla extract. This is a bold Pinot oir with rich, ripe flavors of dark plums and black cherries. Hints of vanilla sweetness add depth to the fruit center. The wine ends long and warm with hints of toasty oak

FROM THE FIELD

The unique sites where this rich fruit originated sits at the eastern point of Sonoma Mountain. The inland heat pulls in the moisture from the coast. The fog hits Sonoma Mountain, cooling the west side and the nearby valleys, with dense fog. As the fog hits Sonoma Mountain, it stops as the wind continues to push cool air right onto the vines that bear fruit for this bottle. nstead of a heavy, wet fog, these vines receive a dry cooling effect. Through the warm days of , the vines easily reached full flavors without being interrupted by any rains. With the steep slopes and gravely loam soils, the without being interrupted by any rains. With the steep slopes and gravely loam soils, the water drains freely, creating a great ripening environment.

Tasting Notes:

Our Sonoma County inot Noir was picked at the peak of ripenes, gently de-stemmed and fermented in small batches. The young wine was pressed and placed into rench oak barrels. ere the wine was barrel-aged for  months to add spice and vanilla notes to the otherwise fruit-filled center.

The Story to Know:

California is divided into seventeen different grape growing districts. The Sonoma Collection
highlights the unique elements of District 3. The coastal influence, combined with distinctive geological nuances, has indisputably made District 3 one of the most sought-after grape growing districts in California.

Our 2013 Growers Reserve Pinot oir opens up with aromas of dried cranberries and raspberry pie filling with sweet vanilla extract. This is a bold Pinot oir with rich, ripe flavors of dark plums and black cherries. Hints of vanilla sweetness add depth to the fruit center. The wine ends long and warm with hints of toasty oak

FROM THE FIELD

The unique sites where this rich fruit originated sits at the eastern point of Sonoma Mountain. The inland heat pulls in the moisture from the coast. The fog hits Sonoma Mountain, cooling the west side and the nearby valleys, with dense fog. As the fog hits Sonoma Mountain, it stops as the wind continues to push cool air right onto the vines that bear fruit for this bottle. nstead of a heavy, wet fog, these vines receive a dry cooling effect. Through the warm days of , the vines easily reached full flavors without being interrupted by any rains. With the steep slopes and gravely loam soils, the without being interrupted by any rains. With the steep slopes and gravely loam soils, the water drains freely, creating a great ripening environment.

Our Sonoma County inot Noir was picked at the peak of ripenes, gently de-stemmed and fermented in small batches. The young wine was pressed and placed into rench oak barrels. ere the wine was barrel-aged for  months to add spice and vanilla notes to the otherwise fruit-filled center.

California is divided into seventeen different grape growing districts. The Sonoma Collection
highlights the unique elements of District 3. The coastal influence, combined with distinctive geological nuances, has indisputably made District 3 one of the most sought-after grape growing districts in California.