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2001 Pinot Noir Seven Springs Vineyard 1.5L
Wine Specs
Pinot Noir
Eola-Amity Hills
Vineyard Designation
Seven Springs Vineyard
Alcohol %

2001 Pinot Noir Seven Springs Vineyard 1.5L

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Wine Profile
Vineyard Notes
Seven Springs Vineyard overlooks the fertile Willamette Valley from its position in the hills west of Salem. Growing on a steep southest slope, the vines are protected from maritime winds by a fold in the hills. The vineyard blocks were planted in 1982, 1988, and 1992 on Jory soil (a shallow cay over fractured rock) at an elevation of 400'.
Winemaker Notes
Vintage Notes: 2001 produced a soft, big vintage. It saw almost ideal growing and ripening weather and less than an inch of rain during harvest. This is not a typical cool-climate vintage, since acids are as low and ripeness as full, despite above average yields before crop thinning, as we’ve seen since perhaps 1987. The Pinot noirs will be soft, fleshy and early appealing, with moderate colors. Whites will be full and broad, and early maturing. The alcohols are restrained slightly by yields that didn’t force extreme extraction. The wines were lighter, slightly harder and not as well-reviewed by critics. Perhaps the weakest vintage of the excellent 1998–2003 string.
Other Notes
Release Date: Sep 2003; Production: 771 cases