Pinot noir is an extremely sought-after red wine produced in many regions throughout the world. It typically has a light to medium body and has a fruity character.
It’s available on a number of lists of wines, as well as at the retail outlets for a range of prices. It’s possible to find an array of pinot noirs. They range from established vineyards in Burgundy and New Zealand. Oregon in Oregon and New Zealand.
It’s a good thing that the Vaughn Duffy pinot noir won the top wine at the annual 11th North competition which is a gathering of the best producers. It’s an impressive feat particularly for a wine created by a youngand self-taught winemaker who works for a custom crush operation.
Matt as well as Sara Vaughn are the couple behind Vaughn Duffy wines. Their stories revolve around determination, hard work and determination. This is a tale of how the opening of a few bottles of wine, mostly Pinot Noir helped fuel their lives and led them to their present venture.
Waterbrook is one the Precept Wines’ portfolio of Yakima Valley vineyard spots. It’s the second consecutive win. This single vineyard Merlot offers a rich and tasty blend of black cherries and mocha barrel flavors. It’s a good match with delicious, hearty meals like pork chops.
The grapes that compose Vaughn Duffy pinot noir are sourced from vineyards throughout the North Coast region, but primarily in Sonoma’s Russian River Valley. Every site has been carefully chosen in order to assure terroir integrity and top quality fruit.
Pinot Noir is one one that’s renowned for its light to medium-bodied wines that contain a large amount of fruit. It’s low in alcohol, and is mostly found in France. It can be found in New Zealand, Oregon, California, New Zealand, Australia in addition to other countries.
Attractive and enjoyable to drink It is a juicy, tasty Pinot Noir from the Russian River Valley is a great value. The palate is a combination of black cherries, red plum, as well as baking spices, with the strawberry preserve and cranberry flavor.
Matt and Sara are a first generation wine-making family. Their character is one of perseverance, dedication and perseverance. Their first wine batch was made in 2009 and they committed to the full-time production of wine in 2020.
In the 11th North Coast Wine Challenge, the Vaughn Duffy 2021 Pinot Noir, Baciagalupi Vineyards and Russian River Valley were named top wines. The wine topped nearly 1200 other wines and was given the distinction of Best of the Best, as well as Best of Show Red.
The 2021 Bacigalupi Pinot Noir is a middle-weight blend made up of fruits of four high-quality vineyards. The wine is produced by the Bricoleur vineyard, Hopkins Ranch Wohler and Suacci, all planted to different Dijon clones.
The wine has an intense nose of black cherry, red plum and baking spices. The palate strawberries, cranberry preserve and strawberry along with savory herb. It’s balanced and nicely combined with oak.
Pinot noir is one of the world’s most popular red grape varieties, which is grown in virtually every wine producing nation. It is especially known for its mild body, acidity high and silky, smooth texture.
The earthy aromas as well as the flavors of ripe cherries raspberry, blackberries, spicy spices, and licorice makes the perfect accompaniment with foods. The wine is also well-known due to its balanced acidity and moderate tannins.
In addition to beating over 1,200 other wineries, Vaughn Duffy pinot Noir was named the best wine in North Coast Wine Challenge 11. It also took home Best of Show and Best of Sonoma County prizes.
This is a 1st generation small-lot, independent winery started by Sara Vaughn and Matt Duffy. It is possible to sample their Pinot Noir, as well as other wine at their tasting room in Kenwood.