Hartford Court Lands Edge Pinot Noir 2006
from Sonoma County, California
Complex aromas of ripe cherries, violets and cedar are followed by flavors of perfectly ripe, firm black cherries and
mixed red and black berries. Allspice and coffee notes complement a long, multi-faceted finish in this "True Sonoma
Coast" Pinot Noir.
The primary source of fruit for Land's Edge Pinot Noir is our estate's Annapolis Vineyard, located along the windswept northern part of the Sonoma Coast Mountain Range overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
There is only one cascading ridge between the ocean, Annapolis Vineyard and the other vineyards, including Seascape Vineyard, from which Land's Edge is also sourced. The resulting cold climate reduces the Pinot Noir crop to minuscule levels - often picked as late as November. However, this cool, and frequently foggy, coastal climate preserves natural acidity in the berries, helping to delineate the purity of the fruit flavors. Balanced acidity, layers of complexity and firm tannins will allow for long and graceful aging of this highly expressive, inaugural vintage of Land's Edge Vineyards Pinot Noir
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