Dupuis Pinot Noir "Abel Vineyard" 2019

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The light sandy well drained soils consistently produce a high toned aromatic wine with savory earthy notes to the beet root, rhubarb, and crush red fruit flavors. Planted in 1997, steep sandstone soils with weathered shale soils and veins of iron rich clay. Eight massal selection Pinot Noir clones planted in the Deep End-- northwest end of the valley where it slopes “deeper” down toward the ocean. This part of Anderson Valley was named “The Deep End” by locals who had their own secret language called Boontling. Farmer: Paul Ardzrooni