Johan Vineyards Estate Pinot Noir Van Duzer Corridor 2021
The goal behind the Estate bottling is to make a wine that is representative of the whole farm. If we were to harvest all of our Pinot Noir grapes and make one wine this is the wine it would be. We achieve this on a micro scale by selecting small parcels of fruit from every combination of rootstock/scion, slope, soil profile, and vine age on the property.
We then vinify, age, and bottle this wine separately from our other lots. This bottling is always the most representative of the growing year. It incorporates every element of the farm for better or worse. It is the most accurate representation of Johan Vineyards’ terroir.
Johan Estate Vineyard-Willamette Valley. The site lies adjacent to the Van Duzer corridor which is a cooling influence on the vines and is Demeter certified Biodynamic.
Johan Vineyards Estate Pinot Noir is made in a classic style with small lot fermentations, native yeasts, native ml, 26% whole cluster, and no additives (enzymes, tannins, acid, sugar, water, copper etc).
Production: 1,127 cases produced