The 2010 EnRoute Pinot Noir, just the fourth vintage from EnRoute, is following the trend set by previous vintages and is slated to sell out by the end of the year. The wine, made from choice vineyards in the Russian River Valley, has truly been a pleasure to introduce to friends across the country.
Take a look in your cellar, and if you could use a few more bottles, now would be a great time make your purchase. Once the 2010 vintage is sold out, our 2011 offering won’t release until March. To obtain the 2010 EnRoute Pinot Noir, you may order online or call (707) 944-2861.
Meanwhile, crews are harvesting the 2012 EnRoute Pinot Noir, growing in vineyards located in the Green Valley, Upper Middle Reach and Sebastopol Hills areas of the Russian River Valley. Winemaker Andrew Delos expects the vineyards will “provide beautiful black fruit flavors and mineral, earth and spice elements that will add layers, nuance and complexity to the wine.”
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At EnRoute, Winemaker Michael Accurso has a passion for both the star vineyards and the team players, which is why the EnRoute Pinot Noir portfolio consists of both a limited release of Single-Vineyard bottlings along with EnRoute's flagship Pinot Noir, "Les Pommiers." While EnRoute’s Single-Vineyard Pinot Noirs showcase the pedigree of their individual site, “Les Pommiers,” brings together our very best Russian River Valley vineyards.
"We’re incredibly fortunate to have six key vineyards that consistently make the 'Les Pommiers' cut every year. Exactly what do these individual Russian River vineyards bring to the "Les Pommiers" Pinot Noir? Michael weighs in on each, below.LEARN MORE