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2008 SANGIACOMO ROBERTS ROAD / PINOT NOIR

Sonoma Coast Appellation. The Roberts Road vineyard is owned by the Sangiacomo family and is highly sought after by many winemakers. We are lucky to get a small amount of this fantastic Pinot Noir. Vineyard location selection is always tricky with Pinot Noir and this vineyard located in the Petaluma gap has proven itself to be an ideal location to grow world-class Pinot Noir. The vines struggle to create only 1 ton per acre.

2007 SANGIACOMO ROBERTS ROAD / PINOT NOIR

Sonoma Coast Appellation. The Roberts Road vineyard is owned by the Sangiacomo family and is highly sought after by many winemakers. We are lucky to get a small amount of this fantastic Pinot Noir. Vineyard location selection is always tricky with Pinot Noir and this vineyard located in the Petaluma gap has proven itself to be an ideal location to grow world-class Pinot Noir. The vines struggle to create only 1 ton per acre

2006 SANGIACOMO ROBERTS ROAD / PINOT NOIR

Sonoma Coast Appellation. The Roberts Road vineyard is owned by the Sangiacomo family and is highly sought after by many winemakers. We are lucky to get a small amount of this fantastic Pinot Noir. Vineyard location selection is always tricky with Pinot Noir and this vineyard located in the Petaluma gap has proven itself to be an ideal location to grow world-class Pinot Noir. The vines struggle to create only 1 ton per acre.

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2008 ANNADEL ESTATE VINEYARD / PINOT NOIR

Sonoma Valley Appellation. This lovely vineyard sits on 37.4 acres at the northwest end of the Sonoma Valley appellation, fronting on the Sonoma Highway. There is no flat land, and elevation ranges from 410-530 feet. The vineyard was established in 1998. All of the soils are characterized by alluvial gravel and cobble. Although it is officially in the Sonoma Valley appellation, the site drains northwest toward Santa Rosa Creek rather than south-southeast toward Sonoma Creek. Therefore, the climate at the site has more in common with that of the Russian River Valley and Santa Rosa Plain than it does with the San Pablo Bay and much hotter Kenwood areas. Heat accumulations in the coolest areas at the site are 5% to 7% less than at some of the most famous Russian River Pinot Noir vineyards. The target yield for the mature vineyard is an average of 3.0-3.5 tons/acre. The Pinot Noir is planted in the coolest areas of the vineyard, and planted with Dijon clones: 115, 667.

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2008 UNDERWOOD MOUNTAIN VINEYARD / PINOT NOIR

Columbia Gorge, Oregon. Oregon Pinot lovers: this pretty vineyard sits at about the 1,000 ft. elevation on deep, well drained, volcanic soil. This steeply trellised vineyard faces East on Underwood Mountain in the Columbia Gorge appellation. The vines use a bilateral cordon. The vineyard is planted with Pommard and 115 clones.

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