TOP 25 Most Popular Pinot Noirs - Restaurant Wine Poll, Wine & Spirits Magazine
Volcanic Jory, Nekia, Willakenzie, sandstone & marine sedimentary soils
100% French oak barrels from eight coopers, selected for tightness of grain, low tannin and light toast levels, allowing the fruit profile to shine.
The latest harvest ever for Trisaetum with the picking of Pinot Noir not starting until mid-October and not finishing until early November. The cool 2011 growing season was highlighted by remarkably dry October, lower yields, and some of the longest hang times we've witnessed with Pinot Noir. The resulting wines are a terrific mix of lower alcohol levels, higher acidity, and great complexity.