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Navarro Beach, Mendocino County @mattmorrisfilms
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2017  Pinot Noir

Anderson Valley Deep End


The ‘Deep End’ of Anderson Valley is the last quilt of vineyards as you leave the valley. Where the valley deepens and the coastal redwoods eventually give way to coastal shrubs, as the Navarro River flows into the Pacific. This proximity to the Pacific Ocean ushers in cool breezes in the afternoon and fog cover in the evening. The temperature swing from day to night can be up to 50 degrees. Therefore, making the Deep End the coolest part of Anderson Valley.


2017 Pinot Noir:

Nose| Hibiscus, bay leaf, cardamom, rose petal, cinnamon.


Palate| Crunchy red fruit, bergamot, mineral graphite edge and rosebalm.

Elegant tannins and silky concentrated mid palate.


Winemaking Notes:

25% new oak

13.2% Alcohol

3.56 pH

5.6 TA

30% Whole Cluster

Pommard & Dijon Clones (667,115)

Native yeast ferment in open top wooden fermenter

One of our favorite secret coves in Mendocino @mattmorrisfilms