Daniel Pinot Noir Ferrington Anderson Valley 2013 Daniel Pinot Noir Ferrington Anderson Valley 2013 Daniel Pinot Noir Ferrington Anderson Valley 2013 Print Sheet

Specifications
Winery Brack Mountain Wine Company
VarietiesPinot Noir
Farming PracticesSustainable
SoilsDecomposed sandstone and clay soils.
YeastIndigenous
FermentationOpen top Stainless Steel. Gravity only.
Malolactic100% native
Maturation100% French oak, 45% of it new for 10 months.
FilterNone
FiningNone
Alcohol11.5%
Item NoT030564-13
Size750ML
Bottle Case12
Country United States
Region California
Sub-region
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Daniel Pinot Noir Ferrington Anderson Valley 2013
Story

Situated in western Mendocino County, Anderson Valley’s Ferrington Vineyard was first planted in the late 1960’s and some of the original vines are still producing fruit. The inland climate is tempered by cool marine air, with steep hills and mountains that surround the rolling-to-nearly-level alluvial terraces of this extraordinary site. The vineyard has a gentle south-facing slope with soil that is mainly decomposed sandstone and clay soils, with 3-4 feet of topsoil. Ferrington Vineyard has become one of California’s most sought-after pinot noir vineyards and this wine is a true testament to its exceptional offerings.