Domaine Anderson Dach Pinot Noir

Anderson Valley, California, United States

Vintage:2015 (Pending)

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Domaine Anderson Dach Pinot Noir 2015


Domaine Anderson is nestled in the breathtaking, fog-cooled hillside and mountain terrain of Northern California’s Anderson Valley. The cooling marine layer that is characteristic of this region provides ideal conditions for the cultivation of chardonnay and pinot noir grapes. The wines are crafted with precision and care to express the uniqueness of the Anderson Valley terroir.

The Dach vineyard, just half a mile east of the town of Philo, lies on the valley floor at an altitude of 300 feet. Fog and cool nights act as the natural factors to extend the growing season, while the sandy clay Perrygulch soils are carefully drained to promote a balanced maturation.


The 2015 Dach Vineyard Pinot Noir was harvested from certified organic grapes, picked at night to conserve the cool temperatures before fermentation. A limited amount of whole cluster fermentation was used to add freshness and complexity in stainless steel open top fermentors. For primary fermentation, 1 to 2 punchdowns per day was employed during 12-day maceration before pressing. Malolactic fermentation took place in 60-gallon French oak barrel and remained on original lees for 15 months aging before blending and bottling through loose filtration.

Tasting Notes

Color is dark red-purple hue. Appealing aromas of cherry, rose petal and leather are rich and inviting. Flavors of cola, plum and crushed berry are framed with a balanced structure and ample body. Soft tanins are lingering on finish and acidity is bright on mid-palate.

Technical Information

Varietals: 100% Pinot Noir

Wine Alcohol: 14.1%

Titratable Acidity: 5.4 g/L

pH: 3.53

Harvest Start Date: August 23, 2015

Harvest End Date: August 25, 2015

Bottling Date: February 8, 2017

Soil Composition: Gravelly and sandy clay loams

New Oak: 17% new oak

Aging: 15 months in barrel

Cases Produced: 420 - 9 Litre cases

Suggested Retail Price: $65.00