cakebread pinot noir two creeks vineyards 2020 750ml
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Our Two Creeks Pinot Noir opens with aromas of freshly picked red and black cherries, wild strawberries, and candied red raspberry with subtle hints of fresh rose, violet, and spice. Across the palate, this Pinot is medium-bodied with flavors of juicy strawberry, red raspberry, and cherry. Clove, baking spices, and minerality emerge on the bright, strawberry-inflected finish supported by soft tannins and a smooth finish.
We call our family's Annahala and Apple Barn estate vineyards the 'Two Creek Vineyards,' since these former apple orchards sit on the banks of Anderson Creek, not far from the Pacific Ocean. Slight differences in climate – Annahala is closer to the coast and spends more time in fog, while Apple Barn receives longer stretches of sunlight – yield Pinot Noir grapes of distinct personality. Here, the soils and weather patterns are ideal for cultivating Pinot Noir, which thrives in the chilly, maritime climate due to the proximity of the Pacific. This climate promotes slow and even ripening, which results in grapes with maximum fruit flavors and a precise balance of opulence and structure. The 2020 vintage in Anderson Valley was warm and mild from the start, with a dry winter giving way to a mild spring and summer. The long season and warm summer days promoted even ripening, which led to grapes with a fantastic balance of sugar and acidity – an ideal combination for creating complex, terroir-driven Pinot Noirs.