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The Lemoravo Vineyard is planted to multiple clones and, as much as I thought that it would ripen (by clone), I actually found that it ripened from northwest to southeast following the sections most exposed to the wind off of the Pacific ripening quickest. We picked the vineyard in 4 passes, each one moving progressively southeast. The 2016 Siduri Lemoravo Vineyard Pinot Noir shows a fairly classic Santa Lucia Highlands profile – with loads of concentrated red and black fruits, along with slight hints of dried herbs and even a slight dusty, earthy complexity. The wine is more seamless that heavy, with superb balance, and a longer, lingering finish with just the slightest hint of finishing tannins (but good acidity). This wine drinks very well right out of the gate but should certainly age for a few years with no problem whatsoever.
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