Pinot Noir is famously difficult to grow, and even more difficult in our warm, Temecula Valley climate. Retaining typicity is our biggest challenge, so we take extra measures, such as partial whole cluster fermentation, extra cooling during fermentation, and early barreling to retain as much typicity as possible. Our 2017 ripened very quickly on the vine, meaning the finished wine has higher than average alcohol and a hint of residual sweetness, giving this wine a very pleasant finish.
From vine to glass, our family is dedicated to producing harmoniously balanced and skillfully crafted wine, while fostering a culture rooted in the idea of family, quality, and integrity. Since the Wiens family gathered in 1996 to plant our first vineyard, we have maintained our standards of releasing the highest quality wines with a passionate sense of pride and integrity. Cheers!
Residual Sugar: .6%
Appellation: Temecula Valley
Varietal Composition: 85% Temecula Valley Pinot Noir, 10% Temecula Valley Petite Sirah, 5% La Cresta Merlot
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