This two-acre vineyard sits at 900 to 1100 feet, facing south above the town of Boonville in the Anderson Valley. Its soils are part of the Wolfey-Bearwallow complex: roughly half the vineyard has very pale, sandy soil mixed with pink quartz, while the other half has more organic matter as well as large shale outcroppings. We continue to farm and manage the vineyard with able help from owners Dona Abbey and Dan Harris.
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92-94 POINTS, VINOUS
The 2018 Pinot Noir Abbey Harris is one of the more reticent, tightly wound wines in the range. Of all the wines in this lineup, the Abbey Harris is going to need time to come together, as the tannins and acids are pretty incisive in the early going. Chalk, white pepper, bright red cherry, mint and orange peel give the 2018 a beguiling upper register.
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