2018 EDICT ANDERSON VALLEY PINOT NOIR

$52.00

Edict’s philosophy of hand-crafting wines that are loved and remain true to their varietal and region is evident when you taste them. Their 2018 Pinot Noir was born from a unique vineyard in Anderson Valley that’s centered between two creeks and has well-drained gravely soils. The appellation is near the Pacific Ocean, and Pinot Noirs from there have beautiful floral-infused flavors and aromas, lively fruit, and subtle earthy characteristics.

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2018 EDICT ANDERSON VALLEY PINOT NOIR

This dynamic Pinot Noir gains complexity from a wide range of Dijon clones 115, 667, and 777, as well as Swan and Pommard. Each clone distinctively showcases the vineyard’s terroir, and when combined, offer your palate a full representation of the vineyard.  In Anderson Valley, 2018 offered a near-perfect growing season for Pinot Noir, and one the Wine Spectator rated 91-94 points referencing, “Nearly perfect conditions; full-flavored wines backed by crisp acidity, especially from coastal vineyards.” If you’re looking for a high-scoring value Pinot Noir that tastes like it should be a lot more expensive, this one fits the bill.

EDICT
2018 PINOT NOIR
ANDERSON VALLEY
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Tasting Notes from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, “The 2018 Pinot Noir from Anderson Valley, which contains a 1% splash of Petit Verdot, has a medium garnet color and opens with spicy notes of dried flowers, blood orange, cherries and mossy bark. The medium-bodied palate is concentrated and layered with bright freshness and a grainy structure to support, finishing long and flavorful. 440 cases produced.” WINE ADVOCATE 93 POINTS

Tasting Notes from Winery, “This is one of those. Dark and bright, it ticks the rich fruit complexity boxes with a flourish. It has that ethereal spiciness and baking cherry charm of Anderson Valley, but there’s a meatiness and weight behind it that gives the wine a fuller, deeper feel.”

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