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Roma’s Vineyard

Anderson Valley

Mendocino County

2011 Foray Pinot Noir


Single Vineyard Designate
 

Roma's Vineyard lies at 1800’ elevation east of Boonville, with a commanding view of the Anderson Valley.  The site was planted by Dean and Suzi Carrell in 1992, who moved to this location after operating a remote Alaskan fishing lodge and float plane charter business. Bears are learning that these growers have seen it all and will not stand for any antics in their hilltop vineyard.

The vineyard site is an exposed ridge surrounded on three sides by oak, bay laurel, and fir trees. It is a challenging site for cultivating pinot noir, with bud break arriving late and ripening that lasts well into October, when rain can threaten the crop. The vineyard is planted entirely to the Pommard clone, and typically yields 2 tons per acre. Roma’s fruit is featured in our single vineyard designate 2011 Foray Pinot Noir.



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