Adrian Fog Demuth Vineyard Pinot Noir (torn label) 2002 Front Label
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Adrian Fog Demuth Vineyard Pinot Noir (torn label) 2002

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The impressive light ruby-colored 2002 Pinot Noir Demuth Vineyard is a medium-bodied, delicate effort revealing a big, sweet, strawberry and cherry nose, and focused, broad, seamless flavors of pomegranate and earth.
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Adrian Fog, California
Adrian Fog was born from the idea that Pinot Noir should have a sense of place and that the vineyard is the birthplace of great wine. All of their vineyards are selected for their individuality. By hand selecting cool climate fruit from small vineyards, Adrian Fog is able to maintain the unique signature and personality of the vineyard. Each vineyard is selected by considering the effect of coastal fog patterns, clonal differences, age and vine orientation to the sun. Picking, fermentation and barrel aging are done by keeping all clones and blocks separate. They are able to learn more and appreciate each wine's nuances and style intimately. Their bottlings are determined by the wine's individuality, the largest bottling is 230 cases and the smallest is 23 cases. Each lot is selected, blended then gravity feed to their custom designed bottling system.
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Anderson Valley, located in Mendocino County just above Sonoma County, is one of California’s coolest AVAs, allowing it a long growing season. Only 15 miles long, the region makes a slice eastward through the mountains, from the frigid Pacific Ocean. Dramatic diurnal temperature variations here preserve grape acidity and thus freshness in the finished wines. These are prime conditions for growing Pinot Noir, and the valley produces many fine versions. Characteristics of Anderson Valley Pinot Noir typically include crisp acidity, cranberry and strawberry notes as well as earthy notes of forest floor and mushroom.

Still Pinot Noir, however, is only part of the story. Pinot Noir, along with Chardonnay, are also grown for Anderson Valley’s exceptional sparkling wines. Produced via the traditional method, these offer a classic toasty note from lees aging, bright, complex fruit notes and a clean, refreshing character.

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