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2020 GOWC Umpqua Valley Coles Vyd Pinot Noir

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Unveil a world of profound depth and elegance with our Deep Ruby Pinot Noir. Adorned with a rich ruby hue infused with hints of purple, this wine boasts remarkable density, reminiscent of the finest masterpieces. The bouquet is a tantalizing fusion of ripe, concentrated berries, and spice, further elevated by undertones of baked treats and sweet herbs. The palate is indulged with flavors of ripe black cherry, marionberry, intertwined with vanilla and baking spice. The hint of sweet basil and rich earth further enhances its appeal. The wine’s texture is both vivid and harmonious, with concentrated ripe fruit and moderate tannins that culminate in a lasting finish. Enjoy this Pinot Noir in its youthful vigor or cellar it, allowing its complexity to unfold gracefully over the years.

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Tasting Notes

This Pinot Noir displays a deep ruby color with purple hues with notable density. Aromas of ripe and concentrated berries and spice mingle with hints of baked confections and sweet herbs. Upon tasting, flavors of ripe black cherry, marionberry, vanilla and baking spice are followed by hints of sweet basil and rich earth. The texture is vivid and balanced with a sense of concentrated ripe fruit and moderate tannin that linger in an extended finish. Drink now or cellar for ensured complexity in the coming years.

Vineyard Notes

100% Estate, Coles Valley Vineyard - A selection of our favorite barrels from our estate vineyard, this wine benefits from the warm days and cool nights of the Umpqua Valley, developing richness and concentration while maintaining fresh, food-friendly fruit flavors. Blocks 3, 7, and 2, Clones 115, 777, and Pommard, elevation 300-435 feet, Oakland soils, planted 2010 and 2017.

Winemaker Notes

The fruit was 100% destemmed with a high percentage of whole berries to mixed size fermenters divided by vineyard block. The wine was pumped over daily during a four day cold soak. The small lots were fermented for an average of fourteen days, hand punched or pumped over two times
daily. The wine was aged ten months in mixed French cooperage, which was 17% new with an average age of two years before blending.

Vintage Notes

2020 began with a cool, wet spring. Budbreak was tracking in a normal pattern, while rain during bloom caused yields to be lower than normal -focusing concentration of berry and flavor development. A cooler than normal July and August helped the fruit ripen steadily and we harvested this vineyard in early September. The 2020 wines are marked by concentrated fruit flavors, richness, and intensity.

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Gerald M.
United States United States

too dry for my taste

Too dry. It had a “bite” to it