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David Bruce Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 750ml 2013
Sku: 12831
Cherry aromas and flavors with toasted oak and spice. The mouth is firm yet velvety, with lingering flavors. Pour with roast chicken, lamb or pork and savory, barbequed steaks.
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Product Information
Country: United States
Region: California
Sub-Region: Sonoma County
Appellation: Sonoma Coast
Grape Varietal: Pinot Noir
Type: Still wine
Reg. $39.09
On Sale $33.99
Buy David Bruce Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast

Pricing on our website is from our Stamford CT store and applicable to the Stamford store only.

For this vintage,we limited barrel aging to twelve months in order to accentuate ripe cherry aromas and flavors with toasted oak and spice beneath.In the mouth the wine is firm yet velvety,with lingering flavors.While drinking nicely now,it should evolve gracefully for up to five years.

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Cherry aromas and flavors with toasted oak and spice. The mouth is firm yet velvety, with lingering flavors. Pour with roast chicken, lamb or pork and savory, barbequed steaks.
Wine maker notes
We created this wine by harvesting fruit from five vineyards in the Russian River Valley,Sonoma Coast and Alexander Valley regions.We use traditional open-top tanks,and whole-berry fermentations combining “punched cap ” and gravity--fed “rack and return ” techniques to gently extract flavor from the grapes. We developed this unique regime to preserve delicate fruit and give a soft,supple feel in our finished wines.

Technical notes
Wine Facts: Case Production: 5,736 Type of oak: French, American, & Hungarian Time in oak: 12 Months pH: 3.62 Alcohol: 14.1%

Producer
Davis Bynum is distinguished as the first winery to produce a single vineyard pinot noir from Russian River Valley. The vintage was 1973 and the grapes were from Joe Rochioli’s now prized vineyard. Today, more than thirty years later, the heritage of Davis Bynum lives on through hand crafted pinot noir and chardonnay grown exclusively from prime vineyards in Russian River Valley.