2013 Anderson Valley Deep End Vineyard Pinot Noir

Released in February, 2016, our 2013 vintage exhibits wonderful harmony and balance. Medium light garnet color in the glass, pleasant aromas of black cherry and savory herbs. On the palate an array of dark fruits including spiced black cherries, raspberries and pomegranate, with hints of toasty oak. The finish is smooth, round and warming. This earthy pinot will pair beautifully with the traditional lighter fare of pork and fowl but also shines with charcuterie plates, spicy sausage, steak and strong cheeses.


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Varietal Content

100% Anderson Valley Appelation
75% Deep End Vineyard
25% Ferringon Vineyard
100% Pinot Noir
Clones 114, 115, 777 and Pommard

Harvest Information

Harvest Date October 1, 2013
Brix at Harvest 25
Fermentation 14 days

Aging and Cooperage

Barrel Aging 12 months
Barrel Style 100% French oak, Burgundy style
Cooperage Dargaud et Jaegle, medium toast
Percentage New Oak 30%

Production and Technical Data

Alcohol 14.5%
pH 3.80
Bottled Unfined and unfiltered
Cases Produced 279
Price: ( 750ml ) $40.00