2013 Winderlea Juliard Vineyard Pinot Noir
99 cases produced
Our neighbor to the east, Juliard Vineyard’s Pinot noir was first planted in 1987 and these old vines now produce an average of only about one ton of fruit per acre. Well balanced, with aromas of rose petal and lavender, the palate shows black cherry, cranberry and a bit more generous structure than we are used to seeing off of this site. Juliard distinguishes itself with delicate notes of citrus and orange blossom which add to its signature Dundee Hills characteristics.
- Own-rooted, old vine Pommard
- Harvest Date
- Finished Alcohol
- 10 months in French Oak of which 20% were new barrels.
- March 2015