Dry, red berry fruit flavors, notes of mineral, medium acidity, and oak finish.
2018 Olivia Edmund Sonoma County Pinot Noir
The renowned Sonoma estate that Olivia Edmund tapped for Pinot Noir grapes is unique in its dedication to planting at high densities: roughly 2,000 vines per acre, promoting competition between plants that generates nuance and lithe power in the fruit.
Well-draining Goldridge sandy loam, marine sediment, and sandstone subsoil give this Pinot its fine mineral detail—just one of the subtleties that come into focus in the glass. The grapes are hand-harvested, spend two weeks in fermentation, and age for ten months in 18% new French oak, burnishing the cherry-laced Sonoma elegance here to a fine sheen.
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