Jackson Estate Outland Ridge Pinot Noir

Jackson Estate

Outland Ridge

Pinot Noir

2013

Wild strawberry jam aromatics with smoky, briary and raspberry flavors, finished with a burst of blueberry. Cultivated on Mendocino County's Anderson Valley’s high eastern ridge, this remote vineyard is full of chunky, broken rock in thin, powdery soil similar to a Goldridge classification. The Outland Ridge Pinot Noir's vines strain to cling to the ridgelines yet produce deep, profoundly complex and age worthy wines. Also available in a large-format 1.5-liter bottle.

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Wine Facts

APPELLATION

Anderson Valley, Mendocino County

COMPOSITION

100% Pinot Noir

T.A.

0.53g/100ml

pH

3.67

ALC. BY VOL.

15.0%

Winemaking

This wine was aged 11 months in 76% French oak barrels, 35% new, with medium toast.

Vineyards

Elevation: 1370 - 1670 feet

Soil: Pale loam soils on top of fractured sandstone over good drainage and low water holding capacity.

Climate: The most northern growing region in California with a heavy marine influence.

Primary Aromas & Flavors Primary Aromas & Flavors
wild strawberry jam, smoky briary and raspberry
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Primary Aromas & Flavors

Food & Wine Pairing Food & Wine Pairing
sausage
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Food & Wine Pairing

Ideal Serving Temperature Ideal Serving Temperature
50-55° F
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Ideal Serving Temperature

Ideal Glass Shape Ideal Glass Shape
burgundy
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Ideal Glass Shape

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