Vineyard: Day Ranch

AppellationAnderson Valley
VarietiesPinot Noir

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2005 Harmonique Elegancé Anderson Valley Pinot Noir

14.6% alc., 215 cases, $49.50. Inaugural vintage for this bottling. Harvested at 24.3º Brix. Sourced in small part from the Day Ranch Vineyard but primarily the Conzelman (formerly Rose Family) Vineyard. The Old Block (24 years old) of the Conzelman Vineyard consists of 4 acres of cordon pruned Martini clone. Yields were less than 2 tons per acre. · Darkest in color of the three 2005 Pinot Noirs. Hi-tone aromas of plums, raisins, sage and a hint of oak. Rich and ripe flavored dark fruits with notes of raisin, anise and Snicker’s bar, supple tannins, a silky and smooth texture, and a bright finish flush with tangerine peel. The oak is nicely integrated and the brisk acidity makes you reach for another sip. Reviewed June 5, 2009 WINERY » ARTICLE »

2005 Harmonique The Noble One Anderson Valley Pinot Noir

14.3% alc., 372 cases, $53. Primarily from Klindt Vineyard, clones 113, 115, 667 and Pommard, and a little Day Ranch. Harvested at 24.5º Brix. · Red and black fruits on the nose with an appealing hint of minerality, cola and herbs. Similar to Elegancé but not as ripely flavored. Well-perfumed dark fruit on the palate with a good bit of animale and earthiness. Impeccable harmony. Reviewed June 5, 2009 WINERY » ARTICLE »