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The 2007 Pinot Noir Cuvee Natalie Silver Belt, which emanates from a Sonoma Coast vineyard, is made from a 50/50 blend of the Swan and Calera heritage California clones. Sweet notes of balsam wood, black raspberries, spring flowers as well as hints of cherry and blueberry are all present in this dark, profoundly rich, broad, and savory Pinot Noir. It is well-built, although still backward and needing several years of bottle-age, but it should evolve for 10-15 years. Range: 94-96
The vineyard was the creation of the Kistler family and was founded in 1978 and has made a name for itself through consistency, quality and stellar wines, without the use of any marketing whatsoever. Both their Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are crafted utilizing classic Burgundian techniques.
The Chardonnay comes from ten vineyard designate sites, all with distinct regional characteristics. Each site utilizes the same California heritage selection clone but each wine develops their own personality through traditional winemaking techniques. The Sonoma Coast, Sonoma Mountain, and Carneros AVA’s fruit is used to produce their fine wines. Kistler Pinot Noir is intense, highly extracted and oaked to perfection. Aged for up to 14 months in only new French oak, these celebrated wines are always unfined and unfiltered. Kistler is undeniably one of the world’s finest estates and is passionate and dedicated about mixing Burgundy style wines with the essence of the beautiful fruit from Sonoma.
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