Jackson Estate Outland Ridge Pinot Noir 2022

Powerful black cherry and plum aromatics with smoky, briary, and strawberry flavors; finishes with notes of vanilla and silky rich tannins. 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.

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Wine Facts
Anderson Valley, Mendocino County
100% Pinot Noir
Alc %


2019 Vintage

94 points, Antonio Galloni, Vinous, July 2021

The 2019 Pinot Noir Outland Ridge, from a site in Anderson Valley, is one of the highlights in this range. It shows tremendous breadth and power from start to finish. Red/bluish fruit, spice and licorice lend quite a bit of complexity, but it is the wine's balance that is so compelling. All the elements are wonderfully knit together.



8 months in 100% French oak, 26% new



Elevation: 300 - 1,700 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.

black cherry, plum, smoky and wild strawberry
Primary Aromas & Flavors
wood-fired sausage, mushroom and kale pizza
Food & Wine Pairing
50-55° F
Ideal Serving Temperature
Ideal Glass Shape