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The Sojourn Cellars 2010 Sangiacomo Vineyard Pinot Noir seduces you with its striking aromas of strawberry and orange peel overlaying a core of dark cherry, earthy forest floor with the signature gamey-ness that is the Sangiocomo Vineyard. Handcrafted by artisan winemaker Erich Bradley, this vintage offers slightly more structure than previous vintages, with luscious creamy, silky textures. Cherries and spice linger on the long, alluring finish.
The Sangiacomo Vineyard, which rests at the bottom of Sonoma Mountain along Roberts Road in the Sonoma Coast AVA. Once again, the Sangiacomo Vineyard produced exceptional fruit in 2010. A cool spring season caused delayed bud break by a few weeks, and the ocean breezes and Petaluma Gap fog moderated temperatures throughout the growing season, allowing for long hang times, slow ripening and loads of natural acidity and freshness. In 2009 we added Swan and Pommard clones to our traditional blend of clones 115 and 777, and we loved the resulting complexity and earthiness. We maintained this four clone recipe for the 2010 vintage, adding a bit more 777 from a new block to the blend. As in 2009, clones 115 and 777 represent the majority, while Swan and Pommard clones are blended in smaller quantities to add layers of complexity.