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Domaine Anderson Dach Vineyard Pinot Noir 2013

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750ML / 14.2% ABV
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750ML / 14.2% ABV

Winemaker Notes

Attractive floral aromas of rose petal and lavender contrast with bright, powerful flavors of cherry and black plum. There are hints of leather, baking spice, and black tea on aroma and palate creating a layered and broad wine; pleasing and delicious. Potent tannins and crisp acid characterize the Dach Vineyard, seamlessly balancing texture and flavor.

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Great vibrancy and depth lift this medium-bodied wine above the crowd. It nearly bursts with ripe and vivid fruit in the aromas and the flavors, bringing red and black cherry, hints of mint and fresh raspberry kicking in on the finish. Despite all that generous fruit flavor, it also maintains a taut balance via moderate tannins and firm acidity. It will be best after 2020.
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COMMENTARY: The 2013 Domaine Anderson® took me by surprise. Its deep and luxurious character jump out of my glass at a tasting that I attended. TASTING NOTES: This wine is out-of-this-world. Its ultra-rich aromas and flavors of ripe black stay long on the palate. Pair it with grilled steak and don't look back. (Tasted: May 8, 2019, Sausalito, CA)
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Domaine Anderson is located near the small, pioneering wine growing community of Philo. The cooling marine layer and varied terroir that is characteristic of this Northern California coastal region provides perfect conditions for the cultivation of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes.

It was the region's ideal grape growing conditions that led Jean Claude Rouzaud, Chairman of Louis Roederer, to this remote corner of Mendocino County in the early 1980's. In search of the perfect vineyard sites in which to grow Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes, Rouzaud knew the remote Valley's sloping hillsides and cooler climate would provide optimal conditions for the fulfillment of his vision – to produce world-class wines of the highest standards of distinction.

Since those early days of discovery, the Rouzaud family has acquired land ranging from the cooler coastal region to the warmer inland valley, optimal vineyard sites for the cultivation of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. The family’s commitment to land stewardship and sustainable practices extends to each vineyard and supports their vision of ensuring the health of the land for generations to come.

In 2011, the Rouzaud family acquired the Dach family property, a beautiful, small ranch in the heart of the Anderson Valley. Over time, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes were planted and the Domaine Anderson winery, designed specifically for small lot production of site-specific Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines, was built. Today, 50 acres of vineyard land located throughout the Anderson Valley, a sampling of the region’s finest terroirs, is dedicated to growing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay for Domaine Anderson Estate and Single Vineyard wines. It is the team's vision to express the exceptional character of the Anderson Valley vineyards in each wine for the enjoyment of wine lovers for years to come.

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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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