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2017 Archery Summit Pinot Noir "Arcus Vineyard", Dundee Hills, Oregon

2017 Archery Summit Pinot Noir "Arcus Vineyard", Dundee Hills, Oregon

$99.99

  • 2017 Archery Summit Pinot Noir "Arcus Vineyard", Dundee Hills, Oregon

    2017 Archery Summit Pinot Noir "Arcus Vineyard", Dundee Hills, Oregon

    $99.99 Excl. tax

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    With pronounced minerality drawn from age-old volcanic soils, the wine is completely captivating in flavor. Aromas of tobacco and wild spearmint lead to a lean, umami, focused yet dramatic flavor profile, filled with stone fruit and a chalky texture.

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    ABOUT THIS WINE

    Fruit for the 2017 Arcus Vineyard Pinot Noir was hand picked September 29th. After handpicking and hand-sorting, fermentation was then allowed to proceed under temperature-controlled conditions in open-top stainless steel and concrete fermenters. During primary fermentation, tanks were punched down up to two times per day. Aged for 15 months in the barrel, this Pinot Noir was fermented primarily with whole-cluster fruit for added depth and character.

    ABOUT THIS PRODUCER

    Gary Andrus launched Archery Summit in 1993, infatuated by Pinot Noir and the capacity the Willamette Valley seemed to have for it. The Dundee Hills in particular caught his eye, because it shares similar growing conditions with Burgundy, France, and some of the most acclaimed Pinot Noir vineyards on earth. A veteran winemaker with a résumé full of award-winning Napa Valley wines, Andrus sharpened his craft at sister winery Pine Ridge Vineyards. He founded that label in 1978, going on to specialize in vineyard-designate wines, tied tightly and evocatively to the sites they pulled from.

    The spirit of site-specific wine persists at Archery Summit. They have assembled an impressive family of vineyards over the years: five estate vineyards and three grower sites covering four unique American Viticultural Areas.

     

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