$229.50In Stock
Futures Purchase This vineyard designate wine will be bottled in late fall and will be released in April of 2018.  We are offering a chance to pre-purchase a six pack of this wine at 15% off of the normal price.  You can have the option of having your purchase shipped in early November or it can be picked up at the winery open house thanksgiving Day events.  Only 75 cases ...

Futures of 2016 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot Noir 6-pack

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Futures Purchase

This vineyard designate wine will be bottled in late fall and will be released in April of 2018.  We are offering a chance to pre-purchase a six pack of this wine at 15% off of the normal price.  You can have the option of having your purchase shipped in early November or it can be picked up at the winery open house thanksgiving Day events.  Only 75 cases will be produced.

The 2016 Vintage

This vintage will go down as the warmest, and the earliest, growing season in recorded history in the Willamette Valley.  Moderate temperatures all spring led to ideal growing conditions throughout the summer.  This put very little pressure on the vines, producing grapes with nicely balanced chemistry at harvest time.  After a very high quality vintage like 2014 and 2015, this vintage was just as wonderful for everyone in the valley.  The warm days continued into the third week of September which allowed extended hang times with very ripe fruit.  Yields were up and the fruit arrived in immaculate condition to the winery with very little need for extensive hand sorting on the crush line.

Fairsing Vineyard is owned by MaryAnne and Mike McNally and is located in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA.  The elevation of 750 to 500 feet for this 38 acre vineyard has vines spaced on a VSP trellis at 7’ X one meter for a vine density of almost 2400 vines per acre.  The well-drained soils are marine based and made up of bands of silty and sandy clay loams that are mixed with gravel from ancient seabeds. We sourced a mix of Wadenswil, Dijon Clone 115, and 777 for this vintage.  The wine that we made from this vineyard is just bursting with dark cherries and blueberries and has hints of violets with abundant structure....a very exotic Pinot.  

The topography of the slope varies from the homestead at the peak of the hill down to the timberline below at 500'.  The site’s macroclimate is cool, but more than adequate for full ripening. This cool climate facilitates the hang time Pinot noir needs to fully express its flavors. The growing degree days averaged 2,330 degrees yearly over the past seven growing seasons.

There is a splendid range of microclimates across the vineyard. The ideal south to southeast site aspect combines with a varied topography to create unique maturation profiles. Some vine blocks rest on top of rolling ridges, others spread across smooth steep slopes and a few blocks are nestled in sloping bowls. On summer nights, the vineyard is cooled from various directions: northwest from the Pacific Coast Range, northeast from the Columbia Gorge, and southwest from the Van Duzer Corridor.

$229.50In Stock
Futures Purchase This vineyard designate wine will be bottled in late fall and will be released in April of 2018.  We are offering a chance to pre-purchase a six pack of this wine at 15% off of the normal price.  You can have the option of having your purchase shipped in early November or it can be picked up at the winery open house thanksgiving Day events.  Only 75 cases ...
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