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The Dreaming Tree Wines 2014 Pinot Noir

The 2014 growing season was hot and dry, pushing harvest up to the earliest to date. Fortunately, nighttime temperatures still dipped into the 50s, which was great for maintaining the natural fruit acidity. September also cooled a little, providing much needed time to catch up on getting all of the grapes in. In October, the heat returned and ripened the fruit for the balance of harvest. Overall, this year delivered big fruit expression, great tannin development, and nice ripeness across all varietals. Flavours and aromas of black cherry, wild strawberry, and toasty caramel. Complex with generous fruit and supple tannins. Pair with roast chicken or pork, grilled salmon, and mushroom risotto.

 Producer The Dreaming Tree Wines
 Region North Coast
 Country United States
 Varietals Pinot Noir
 Alcohol 13.7% alc/vol
 Vintage 2014

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