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Cattleya Wines Cuvee Number One Pinot Noir 2014

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750ML / 14.7% ABV
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750ML / 14.7% ABV

Winemaker Notes

Intense ruby color with nuances of purple and dark red. The nose is fragrant, intense, and complex, with aromas of blackberries, cassis, strawberries, currants, and pencil shavings. The mouth-feel starts dense, structured, with lots of tannins and great savory notes from a great acidity balancing the tannins. Aromas of cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, and cacao dust add to the complexity of red fruit aromatics. This wine is generous, intense and seductive. Enjoy now and on through the next five to ten years.

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RP 92
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
A completely different beast than the Donum Vineyard Pinot Noir, the 2014 Pinot Noir Cuvee Number One comes from the Lakeview Vineyard in Green Valley (Russian River) and is a mix of Pommard and 115 clones. Its vibrant purple color is followed by a ripe, yet incredibly well-defined bouquet of violets, plums, jammy blackberries, exotic spice and crushed flowers. Silky, seamless, medium to full-bodied and graceful, with bright acidity, it needs 2-3 years of bottle age, and will drink nicely through 2024+.
WS 90
Wine Spectator
Lightly aromatic yet deceptively assertive, with zesty acidity sustaining the delicate flavors of earth and wild berry. Ends with a charming watermelon aftertaste.
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Bibiana González Rave is the founder and winemaker of Cattleya Wines. Born and raised in Colombia and trained as a winemaker in France, she moved to California in 2007 to settle into making extraordinary wines.

In her words: Since my early teenage years, my dream has been to make wine.

At a very young age I was fortunate enough to begin learning how to make wine in France. I trained myself while working with some amazing winemakers who showed me the importance of loving the land, how to respect the farming itself, and to focus on the many details that go into making each drop of wine in each and every bottle.

While studying in Bordeaux and Cognac I learned the required viticulture, enology and microbiology (“wine science”); but most importantly, I was also exposed to the many rituals involved in winemaking–things like pruning, harvesting and bottling–that feel so special and meaningful each season. I told myself that one day a bottle of wine would be infused with the longings of my soul through fruit produced from a specific terroir that spoke to my heart. That place I have found.

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While the Russian River Valley is a large appellation with multiple climate zones and soil types, it is best known for cool-climate varieties, with Pinot Noir as the most celebrated. The grapes benefit from a reliable late afternoon flow of Pacific Ocean fog through the Petaluma Gap and along the Russian River Valley that ensures slow and steady ripening and the preservation of grape acidity. Today many of California’s most highly regarded Pinot Noir vineyards are in the Russian River Valley, along with its sub-appellation, Green Valley.

Historically Russian River Valley Pinot Noirs had bright red fruit and delicate earthy, mineral notes. But changes in viticultural and winemaking practices have led to stylistic changes in some of the region’s wines. Adjustments to canopy management, among other techniques, have resulted in riper fruit and bolder wines as well. These show flavors of black cherry, blackberry, cola, spice and darker, loamy earth tones, accenting traditional Pinot Noir notes of strawberry, raspberry and light cherry.

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