2014 James Family Stony Point Vineyard Pinot Noir
Retail Price: $40.00
Our Price: $15.99*
The 2014 vintage was a Double Gold Medal Winner at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair and Gold Medal Winner at S.F. Chronicle Wine Competition!
Our Tasting note:
"Beautiful garnet purple in color, The 2014 James Family Pinot Stony Point Vineyard is dense, pliant and super-expressive, with superb depth and all of the textural resonance that makes Russian River Pinot so undeniably alluring. Bright red cherry, plum, dried rose petal and spice all develop with time in the glass. Although it is singing right now, it may well improve over the next year or two and continue to hold for another 5-7 years beyond that."
About the Vineyard:
"Stony Point Vineyard is located in a particularly cool area of the famed Russian River Valley wine growing region in Sonoma County. Situated on the northern edge of the Petaluma Wind Gap and less than sixteen miles from the coastline the vines are influenced by the Pacific Ocean daily. This cool climate, combined with the sun exposure provided by the southern-facing hillside vineyard, creates a low-yielding slow-ripening environment that is perfect for Pinot Noir."
About the Producer:
"Owners Jeff and Judy James (along with their two sons who are 4th generation Sonoma County agriculturalists) founded James Family Cellars which is a family-owned boutique winery that is dedicated to the production of artisinal wines that showcase the world-class grapes that they grow. Jeff and Judy planted their vineyard in 1998. They have been selling grapes for many years to premium wineries in Sonoma and Napa Counties. After winning several awards for the amateur wines they produced from their grapes, they decided in 2007 to follow their dreams and start James Family Cellars. Jeff and Judy are committed to producing the highest quality wine possible."
Cases Produced: 458
Clones: 113, 115, 828
Barrel Aging: 10 months in French Oak (33% new)
*Discounts do not apply to wines currently on sale. Vintage date different than pictured. Price and availability in store may vary.
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Day-definite delivery typically in one to five days, depending on distance.
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