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Vineyard: Les Boudardes

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Vineyard: Les Beaux Monts

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Beaux Monts covers a little over 11 hectares and is further subdivided into Beaux Monts, Les Hautes Beaux Monts, Les Beaux Monts Hauts, and Les Beaux Monts Bas. It borders the grand cru vineyard of Echézeaux, though at a higher altitude. Quality is variable with some wines described as "weedy" and they are typically less dense than wines from lower altitudes. Better examples may have a high-toned perfume. Top producers for Beaux Monts include Domaine Bertagna, Bruno Clavelier, Leroy, Hudelot-Noëllats, Louis Jadot, and Henri Jayer.

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Vineyard: La Bergere

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Vineyard: Les Mazelots

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Vineyard: Veaupessiot

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Vineyard: Les Vireuils

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Vineyard: Les Rougeots

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Vineyard: Les Saussots

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Vineyard: Poor Ranch

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The Poor Ranch was first planted in the 1880s on a hillside east of Hopland, in Mendocino County. The vineyard is dry-farmed and certified CCOF-Organic. The vines have never been irrigated. The vineyard blocks range from 860’ - 1800’ elevation, and are almost always high above the fog that can affect much of Mendocino County.

Vineyard: Clos du Cromin

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Vineyard: Flamberg

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Vineyard: En Brescul

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Vineyard: Clos Micot

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Vineyard: Clos de Verger

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Vineyard: Clos Beauder

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Vineyard: Les Charmots

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Vineyard: Les Chanlins

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Vineyard: Les Vaumuriens

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Vineyard: Pisse-Vieille

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Vineyard: Leon

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Vineyard: Caloetto

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Vineyard: Le Sassine

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Vineyard: Vineyard 1869

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For over 145 years these ancient vines have plunged their roots through twenty-five feet of multiple soil types in search of water. This ancient vineyard is non-irrigated, stand alone head pruned vines that fully express the Amador Zinfandel terroir. The result is an elegant, complex, first-growth wine. Vineyard 1869’s existence was noted in a deed from an 1869 U.S. Geological Survey, making it America’s oldest documented Zinfandel vineyard. The immigrants who planted these vines chose them from hardy stock. In the 1890’s the vines survived the nearly total destruction of California’s vineyards by phylloxera. Due to moon-lit nights of unregulated distillation, Vineyard 1869 also survived Prohibition. It wasn’t until 1984 when the vineyard was purchased by Scott Harvey, a German-trained, California winemaker, that the vines were lovingly coaxed back into producing small yields of high quality, first-growth Zinfandel. It is now coveted for producing California’s premier Old Vine Zinfandel.

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Vineyard: Clos David

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Vineyard: Maienfelder

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Vineyard: Marschallgut

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Vineyard: Valäris

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Vineyard: Vaumoreau

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Vineyard: Clos Nouveau

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Vineyard: Le Clos

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Vineyard: Les Saulniers

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Vineyard: Bretonnière

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Vineyard: Feurer

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Located on a Southern facing Ridge top, high above the town of Freestone, it was planted to Pinot noir and Chardonnay in 1985. There are 6 acres of Pinot Noir vines equally distributed between Pommard 4 and Dijon 115 Clones.

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Vineyard: Deux Vert

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//Abbott Claim Vineyard// is a portion of the original John F. Abbott Donation Land Claim and lies in the middle of a sedimentary ridge east of Carlton. This is a consistent broad face of land with soil depths of 30 inches to mother rock. Elevation ranges from 400' to 475' and the inclination is S-SE. Soils are mostly Wellsdale with some areas of Willakenzie and Peavine. All of them lie atop mother rock of fractured sandstone and siltstone. The planted acreage totals 17 acres. Vines are roughly an equal mix of Pommard clone on Riparia Gloire rootstock, 777 on 101-14 and 115 on both 101-14 and 3309. As would be expected from a vineyard in the Yamhill-Carlton District the wine is very darkly colored, dense and lush. Fruits tend to be darker such as plum, cassis and black cherry.


//Vineyards of the Yamhill-Carlton District://

The vineyards of the Yamhill-Carlton District were planted mostly in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. The primary soil of this area is called Willakenzie, named after the Willamette and McKenzie rivers. It is a sedimentary soil with a sandstone base rock. The sand content is quite high and the soil therefore very well drained. The sites are generally on the lower slopes of a volcanic ridge. Wines of the area possess aromas of red and black fruits, with added elements of cocoa, leather and fresh-turned earth. Acidity levels are generally lower than other regions, prompting these wines to be lush and agreeable in their youth.

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Vineyard: Mount Richmond

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Vineyard: Beacon Hill

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