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The most amazing thing about growing grapes is the connection between where the fruit is grown and how the wine tastes. I don't think most people could tell the difference between a tomato sauce - or even the tomato itself - from the Sacramento Valley vs. the Inland Empire. But with wine there can be a specific difference that can be traced not just to a region but also to a hilltop or valley. Pinot Noir has the ability to take on the flavor profile of the place and climate where it is grown more than any other varietal. The cool Russian River climate where our pinot vines are located promotes distinct characteristics in the grapes. Our Cabernet is grown in spare soils on a hillside 200 feet above the Dry Creek Valley floor. The vines work a little harder, the grapes are more intense, and this comes through in the wines. What a magnificent thing to see the full cycle from terroir to vine to grape to bottle to glass!
Friday, Dec 11, 2020 at 1:00pm Pacific Time
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