Duvarita is six miles from the Pacific Ocean, making it one of the closest to the ocean in Santa Barbara County. Biodynamically grown grapes, meticulous winemaking and a combination of three Dijon clones make for a wine that captures both vintage and site.
2016 Pinot Noir, Duvarita Vineyard, Santa Barbara County
Alluring dark fruit, forest floor, turned earth and spice fill the nose. Soft delicate dark fruit and fine tannin fill out the rich palate.
- 100% Duvarita Vineyard
- 153 cases produced
- Clones: 16%-113; 18%-115; 66%-667
- Marina sandy loam soils with clay
- Picked: 8/11/2016 - 8/16/2016
- 12% Whole Cluster
- Six–eight day cold soak
- 17% New French Oak, tight grain, Sirugue
- 10 months aging on lees
- No fining or filtration
- Basket press
- Gravity movements
Alc. 13% | pH 3.60 | Total Acid: 5.7g/l