Alderbrook Winery Pinot Noir 2000 Front Label
Alderbrook Winery Pinot Noir 2000 Front Label

Alderbrook Winery Pinot Noir 2000

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    Winemaker Notes

    The harvest of 2000 was very kind in 2000. Despite a hot summer, the later spring allowed for adequate hang time and an appropriately long growing season. The Pinot noir harvest began just after Labor Day and the last vineyard was brought in at the close of September.

    The wine shows cherry, cedar and graham in the nose. By mouth, one encounters more cherry and cranberry flavors, as well as hints of leather and forest floor to support the fruit. The bright acidity carries the flavors of this soft supple wine. The finish is elegant with hints of cocoa powder on the tongue from aging in 100% French oak barrels for 9 months.

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    Alderbrook Winery, California
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    Situated on the outskirts of the city of Healdsburg in California's Sonoma County, the Alderbrook estate is located at the southernmost tip of the Dry Creek Valley, within a stone's throw of the Russian River. On a road map this might not seem significant, but in the world of fine wine, this location is considered one of the best in the region. While technically located in the Dry Creek Valley appellation, the official border of the Russian River Valley appellation begins close to Alderbrook's 65-acre estate, giving the winery a unique position at the confluence of these two valleys.

    Not only does the estate vineyard receive the afternoon heat that is typical of Dry Creek Valley weather patterns, but the cool night air creeping up the Russian River Valley from the Pacific Ocean produces evening and early morning fog, cooling the vines. Alderbrook's vineyard enjoys the luxury of extended "hang time." This produces more mature fruit resulting in rich, full-bodied flavor characteristics: qualities which are ultimately apparent in the wines.

    "The blend of climates is a gift, and our estate vines benefit tremendously from the unique weather conditions," says general manager, George Christie. Our incredible location at the junction of these two appellations gives us the perfect raw materials for wine making."

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    DVA343024060_2000 Item# 52162

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