Good Harbor Vineyards
Noir is often referred to as the wine maker’s variety. It is adored
by many wine makers because it is incredibly difficult to grow as
it is very sensitive to climate changes. The challenges of growing
Pinot Noir and its high sensitivity to showcase its terroir often
make many wine makers fond of the complex nuances that the variety
produces in a finished wine. The thin-skinned variety prefers warm
days followed by cool nights. It is a variety that is enjoyed both
in the still and sparkling form. Specific clones of Pinot Noir such
as the Dijon clone are best suited for still red wine as they have
a higher color extraction and produce different aromatics. Good
Harbor’s Pinot Noir was produced using the Dijon clone. The rich
color and bright cherry nose are classic examples found when using
this clone for a still red wine.
NOSE: Aromas of bright Bing cherry with a backdrop of early
season strawberries are found on in this lovely bottle Pinot Noir.
A subtle aroma of vanilla from the time spent in the used French
Oak is present as well.
PALATE: The rich color indicates that this Pinot Noir is
fuller in style. The medium palate and the medium to long finish
are typical of warmer growing seasons. The cherry aromatics found
on the nose follow through on the palate along with flavors of
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