2012 PN Archivist Tasting Notes

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2012 PN Archivist Tasting Notes
THE ARCHIVIST
2012 Monterey County Pinot Noir
Archivists appraise, edit, research, catalog and maintain
California Coastal Wines
permanent collections, records and historically valuable
documents. With The Archivist, we use the definition to
reference the way our winemaking team evaluates and catalogs
the various lots of wine used to craft this vibrant collection of
wines.
Wine:
A masterful selection of carefully curated lots of cool Monterey County
Pinot Noir. The Archivist delivers clear, pure, terroir-driven fruit flavors
coupled with well-balanced oak nuances. Flavors of black cherry, crushed
red berries and dried rose petals mingle with toasty oak in this palate
pleasing composition.
Winemaking Analysis:
Varietal Composition: 86% Pinot Noir
Appellation: Monterey County
Alcohol: 13.0%
Total Acid: 0.58 g/100ml
pH: 3.66
Food Pairing:
• Wild Mushroom Risotto
• Grilled Salmon Steaks
• Veal Cutlets with Thyme Butter Sauce
Adler Fels Winery, LLC 980 Airway Court, Suite B, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Telephone: (707) 569 - 1493 • Facsimilie (707) 569 - 8301
www.facebook.com/adlerfelswinery
Premium California Wines Since 1979

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