Hacienda Secoya Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017
Bottle Sizes 750ml
Country United States
Appellation Anderson Valley
Wine Type Red - Still
Varietals Pinot Noir
Vineyard The Hacienda Secoya Vineyard is located in the “deep end” of Anderson Valley. The Deep End of Anderson Valley is renowned as an optimal growing area for cool-climate Pinot Noir, due to cool ocean air penetrating through the valley. Named for the surrounding redwood forest, this southwest-facing vineyard sits on an elevated bench just above the valley floor, a stone’s throw from the town of Navarro. The vines were planted in 1995 to the Pommard clone in soils that are volcanic in origin and sandstone-based, with a red hue revealing the greater than average iron content. Between the influence of coastal fog and the high proportion of clay in the soil, the vines stay hydrated throughout the growing season.
Soil Volcanic sandstone.
Viticulture Farmed organically since original planting. Hacienda Secoya is a monopole for Ceritas.
Vinification No cold soaking, just cold fermentation for 15-20 days. 50% Whole Cluster. 25% New oak, from over 100 year old trees, 12 months in barrel. Racked back into neutral barrel before bottling, bottled unfined and unfiltered
Aging Aged for 11 months in oak barrel. Approximately 25% new oak.
Notes "Attractive bouquet of blackberry and wild herbs with a distinct marine influence. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy red berry fruit, a touch of cola and moderate depth. Highlights the cool vintage in Anderson Valley and long hang time evidenced by the deep flavors of red raspberry, pencil shavings and moderate tannin impact." - John Raytek
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