Coho Stanly Ranch Pinot Noir 2017 Red Wine

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Coho Stanly Ranch Pinot Noir 2017

Los Carneros AVA, Napa Valley, CA

Coho's Stanly Ranch Pinot Noir is one of those easy-to-drink with- or without-food wines. Ah, such wonderful spice and red fruit flavors - bright, beautiful, and savory all at the same time! A Pinot Noir-lover's Pinot.

FROM THE WINERY

Originally planted in the 1870’s, Stanly Ranch is the eastern most vineyard on the Napa side of the Las Carneros appellation. The original vineyard of 300 acres was the first to achieve critical acclaim for Carneros wines when it garnered medals from viticultural fairs sponsored in 1888. Louis M. Martini first purchased Carneros grapes in the 1930s from the Stanly Ranch, a part of which had miraculously survived the phylloxera infestation of the 1880s. In 1942, Martini purchased 200 acres of the Stanly Ranch and six years later he began Pinot Noir & Chardonnay clonal experimentation.

The vineyard sits just above the tidal marshes that flow into San Pablo Bay (which sits above the San Francisco Bay). Most afternoons during the growing season the warm to hot temperatures farther north in the Napa Valley act like a magnet drawing the cool breezes and fog from the bay. These cooling temperatures will began to bring relief to the vines in the afternoon and often not roll out until mid-morning the next day. This cooling blanket creates an ideal environment for the Stanly Ranch Pinot Noir to develop the spicy aromatics and complex black cherry.

Varietal Composition: 100% Pinot Noir
Appellation: Los Carneros, Napa Valley
Vines: Dijon Clones 115, 667, 777 on 101-14 rootstock
Pre-fermentation: 4 days cold soak at 55 degrees F.
Fermentation: Romanee-Conti yeast selection
Pressing: 7 days after crush
Aging: 10 months in 100% French oak barrels, 40% new
Bottled: July 11, 2018
Production: 433 cases

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