Steele Carneros Pinot Noir (half-bottle) 1999

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The core vineyards are Durell and Sangiacomo, both from the cool Carneros (Spanish for Sheep) region of Sonoma County. The fruit was much riper in the two previous vintages. We received maximum hang time for the grapes and this will translate into wine of greater weight and body. We feel that this wine will be ready to drink upon release but will improve with further bottle age. Very few wineries can produce a wine of this quality in this quantity.

Food Pairing: We feel that the Carneros Pinot Noir is a style of wine with great appeal. That has been confirmed by its inclusion in the Wine Spectator's top 100 wines on several occasions. Traditional favorites are lamb, grilled pork loin and salmon, especially those fish caught from the Copper River in Alaska.

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Jed Steele has worked making wine in California since the late 1960s. In 1991, he founded his own small winery in Lake County. Steele Wines specializes in Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Pinot Blanc and Syrah.
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Internationally recognized for gorgeous, pure fruit combined with great elegance, California Pinot noir thrives among the state’s cooler, coastal zones. Characterized by eclectic flavors and aromas of strawberry, black cherry, plum and potpourri with notes of forest floor, mushroom or black tea, the best California Pinot noir boast a supple texture and good acidity, giving them the ability to improve with age.

Credited with the beginning of Pinot noir’s glory in California, two growers, Joe Rochioli and Joseph Swan in the late 1960s independently planted Pinot noir vineyards in the Russian River Valley of Sonoma County. Today Sonoma County remains the leading producer of Pinot noir in the state, and Pinot noir is the leading red grape in the county, achieving its highest potential, in the Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast.

Other coastal appellations where Pinot noir flourishes include Carneros, Anderson Valley and most of the Central Coast.

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