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Bydand Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2017

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Vintage:2017
Bottle Size:750 ml
Product Description

Bydand Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast  is made from 100% Pinot Noir

Aged for 16 months in 40% new French oak, 60% neutral French oak

Umino Vineyard is perched atop rolling hills overlooking the Petaluma Gap in Sebastopol, CA. Taking advantage of maritime influence this 11-acre vineyard benefits from warm sunshine throughout the day and cool coastal winds at night. Planted in 1996 to 4 Dijon Clones of Pinot Noir these vines produce wine of purity and balance. Exhibiting rich flavors and aromas of crushed rose petal, raspberry and cherry cola with earthy minerality and lively acidity.



Winery: Bydand

Bydand is the Gordon family motto meaning "stay and fight".

Date Founded: August 2014
Owner: Colin Gordon
Winery Philosophy: Their passion is to handcraft an elegant and structured wine that fully expresses the character of each varietal, vineyard and vintage.

 

Colin Gordon & Tim Beranek met in 2010 while working at Kosta Browne in Sebastopol, CA. In 2013 they reunited at Outpost wines under winemaker Thomas Brown. Tim and Colin work together and share all winemaking and operational responsibilities.

Winery Production: 1,000 / 9L cases
Varietals Produced: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon
250 cases of chardonnay
450 cases of pinot noir
300 cases of cabernet sauvignon
Winemaker: Colin Gordon, Tim Beranek

 

Winemaking at Bydand represents a commitment to simplicity and quality. They partner with growers who meticulously farm each vineyard to ensure Bydand top quality fruit. Every phase of Bydand wine production meets the highest standards; they use a minimalist approach to winemaking though small lot fermentations, traditional low impact methods, careful aging and bottling.

The vineyards:
Chardonnnay: Sangiacomo - Roberts Road
Pinot Noir: Umino Vineyard
Cabernet Sauvignon - Slaughterhouse Vineyard


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Review:

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-- Antonio Galloni Vinous 97 Points

 Vinous Antonio Galloni: 97
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 Wine Spectator: 94
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