2017 HARTFORD COURT RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY PINOT NOIR
Have you ever wondered if single vineyard wines are better than those from multiple sites? After all, wines bearing the moniker of a noble vineyard can usually sell for more than appellation wines… But what happens when a wine is created from a collection of noble vineyards? With Hartford Court’s 2017 Russian River Pinot Noir, you end up with a 95 Point, “crazy good value” that “competes with wines costing 2-3 times the price.” It takes a great winemaker like Jeff Stewart to give each site a unique voice in the overall symphony that is a composition of multiple vineyards. Theirs comes from several Estate properties including, Barbieri, Bellflower, Fog Dance, Hailey’s Block, Jennifer’s, MacLean’s Block, Arrendell and includes a few neighboring sites. At less than 60% of the cost of the single vineyards, the Russian River Valley Pinot offers a killer QPR (quality to price ratio).
Located in the heart of the Russian River Valley in Forestville, the area is a sweet-spot for incredible Pinot Noir fruit… Kistler’s iconic Trenton Roadhouse Vineyard is nearby along with Walker Station and Joseph Swan Vineyards to name a few… If you’re on the lookout for a profoundly elegant Pinot Noir that’s classically Russian River with incredible complexity and remarkable balance, this one is absolutely for you.
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