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Vineyard: Precious Mountain

OwnerDonnie Schatzberg
AppellationAnderson Valley
StoryGrapes are sold exclusively to Williams Selyem.
Acres6
LocationSecond ridge from the ocean in a marginal area.
VarietiesPinot Noir
ManagersDonnie Schatzberg

Wineries sourcing from this vineyard

Reviewed wines produced from this vineyard

2007 Williams Selyem Precious Mountain Vineyard Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

14.4% alc., $90. · Delicate aromas of dark stone fruits and blackberries. A hulk of a wine with prodigious dark fruit that coats the mouth with intensity. A wonderful sipping wine that will charm any big fruit lover. Hard to keep you hands off now, but cellaring will provide dividends down the road. This wine definitely stands out from the pack. Reviewed February 15, 2010 WINERY » ARTICLE »

2006 Williams Selyem Precious Mountain Vineyard Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

13.9% alc., $94. Winery exclusive from library. Yields of 1 ton per acre max. · Austere aromas of dried herbs, spice, and red berries. Middleweight flavors of dark red fruits including cranberries with a nice accent of spice, framed by firm dry tannins and bright acidity. Very good. Reviewed July 23, 2012 WINERY » ARTICLE »

1999 Williams Selyem Precious Mountain Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

14.3% alc., pH 3.43, $80. Harvested at 24.1 Brix in mid-October during a cold year. Aged 14 months in 66% new and 34% 1-year-old Francois Freres oak barrels. · Astonishingly fresh, as if vinified recently. Vivid plum tart on the nose. Very tasty flavors of Asian spiced plum, wild berries and white pepper. Wines from this vineyard show consistent age ability. Reviewed April 8, 2010 WINERY » ARTICLE »

1996 Williams Selyem Precious Mountain Vineyard Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

13.3% alc.. · Moderately deep reddish-purple hue in the glass. Bouquet of underbrush, earthy flora, mushrooms on the grill and old book. Earthy and rustic, but retaining some charming black cherry, raspberry and cranberry fruit. The wine still has some pleasing fruit intensity, complimented by a hint of spice with no intrusion of oak. Seamless and pleasurable for a 17 year old wine. Reviewed February 22, 2014 WINERY » ARTICLE »