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2017 Hahn SLH Orchestral

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Tasting Notes
Subtle hints of loamy earth add further complexity to the nose of vibrant red fruit, bright cherry and pomegranate, followed by notes of freshly cracked pepper and nutmeg. In the mouth, layers of fruit continue with flavors of red cherry, blood orange and rhubarb pie that mingle with earthy notes of mushrooms and spice. The structured palate provides a round and soft mouthfeel with bright acidity, silky tannins and a long gentle finish.
Red Cherry
Red Cherry
Santa Lucia Highlands
100% Lone Oak Vineyard
14 months, 33% new French oak
7.0 g/L
Alcohol %

93 pts - Vinous, May 2022
"Limpid ruby-red. Displays ripe red fruit, blood orange, floral and baking spice aromas that pick up suggestions of smoky minerals and vanilla with air. Appealingly sweet and penetrating on the palate, offering kirsch, raspberry and spicecake flavors that stretch out and deepen with air. Smooth tannins add shape to a very long, smoky finish that strongly echoes the cherry and spice notes. 33% new French oak." - J.R.

In Burgundy, many, if not all vineyard blocks are inter-planted to multiple clones as mingling of clonal material throughout the growing, fermentation and aging stages produces wines of unmatched character and depth. To carry on this “old world” tradition, within Lone Oak vineyard is a 5-acre block, planted to a “field blend” of Pinot Noir clones. Years ago, as many as 20 clones were grafted in random fashion, and the grapes grow, are harvested, ferment and age together. Orchestral Block now produces our most exclusive, complex Pinot Noir. Only 180 cases made.

Our 2017 Orchestral Pinot Noir reflects the cool climate and well-drained soils of Lone Oak Vineyard as well as the unique complexity brought on by multiple clones.

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