Pinot Noir - American Thread
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Appellation: Monterrey County
Alcohol %: 13.6
Residual Sugar: gr / liter
Acidity: 0.65 gr / liter
Tasting Notes: Flavors and aromas of cranberry and cherry with subtle spice are followed by a soft, elegant finish.
Aging: In Oak barrel for 10 months
Winemaking: The Monterey appellation is dynamic, as climate, topography, and soil types vary throughout the County. Bound by the Monterey Bay, the area experiences a marine micro-climate that offers an extended growing season. The warm days and cool, coastal afternoon breeze offer a positive influence specific to Pinot Noir; these subtle nuances are what make Monterey a truly unique and desirable region.
Food Pairing : Cedar planked salmon, duck, poultry.