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Rhys Vineyards Bearwallow Vineyard Pinot Noir 2009

Pinot Noir from Santa Cruz Mountains, California
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    Unlike our previous vineyard developments, six acres of eight year old Pinot Noir vines had already been planted but we immediately began the development of an additional 25 acres of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. While waiting for our new acreage to become productive, the existing vines have produced the grapes for our Rhys Bearwallow Pinot Noir bottling. While we can't wait to see what our new vines will bring, we love the wild berry, spicy, mineral driven Pinot produced by the older vines.

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    Rhys Vineyards, Santa Cruz Mountains, California
    The folks at Rhys Vineyards aspire to make great wines from unique and expressive vineyards. This pursuit has lead them to select five different sites in the Santa Cruz Mountains for growing Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah. Their overriding belief that unique vineyard expression is the key to truly great wine leads them to an approach that includes: 1. A relentless, spare-no-expense, focus on producing the best possible fruit in the vineyard; 2. Carefully selected cool weather sites that offer interesting and expressive soil character; 3. Natural winemaking with minimal intervention.

    These core tenets help produce ageworthy wines that emphasize vineyard expression, balance, fresh fruit, and concentration.

    ENGBEARWALLOW_2009 Item# 129967