Meet 2019’s Best American Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir, grown around the world is considered one of the most difficult grapes to cultivate, requiring diligence and skill in the vineyard. When grown and vinified properly, it produces elegant, delicate wines that reflect the terroir of the vineyard. Ca' Del Grevino has 31 acres of Pinot Noir planted in their vineyard, uniquely suited for ripening this difficult varietal. When harvested, there are beautiful aromas surrounding the crusher.
Made by winemaker David Addamo, 2012 Ca' Del Grevino Pinot Noir is garnet in color. This wine contains aromas of raspberry and fresh pine trees. It has got notes of white pepper at the finish with a nice rounded mouth-feel and structure. 2012 Ca' Del Grevino Pinot Noir is barrel-aged in 100% New French Oak for over 12 months, giving the wine structure and creamy vanilla tones on the palate. This Pinot Noir is fruit-driven, possessing a creamy texture.
Ca' Del Grevino, nestled in California’s prestigious Santa Maria Valley in the Central Coast - has a unique microclimate of the valley that creates cool mornings and long warm afternoons. The combination of Ca' Del Grevino’s highest quality fruit and obsessive attention to detail produce their award-winning Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling and Syrah wines.
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