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Two Brothers Pinot Noir 2013 – $55

What a great vintage for Pinot Noir! The 2013 Two Brothers Pinot Noir is already showing strong just a short time in bottle. As we’ve said before, this vintage stands out for focused flavors, concentration and great length. The Two Brothers blend has shifted slightly with the inclusion of a coastal property called Devoto Vineyard, which is also home to Genevieve’s Block Chardonnay. Additionally, the majority of the Perli Vineyard will now be bottled separately as Tripp’s Block Pinot Noir. This reconfiguration has produced greater depth and personality in the Two Brothers.

It’s a joy to see how the combination of these unique vineyards have come together to make such a dynamic wine and an increasingly distinct Two Brothers.

Two Brothers Pinot Noir 2013 – $55



Origin Grapes

Pinot Noir (100%)

Soil Vineyard & Terroir

A blend of grapes sourced from multiple vineyards: Steiner Ranch (41%), Walker Vine Hill (26%), Devoto (21%) and Perli (12%) all contribute their own slice of character to the final blend.

Vinification Vinification

This vintage of the Two Brothers Pinot Noir utilized native-yeast fermentation in small batches, 27% new French oak and 18 months of élevage.


14.2% ABV • 1,630 cases

Best Drank By Drink By

4–12 years

Palate Aroma & Palate

Aromas recall forest fruits, fresh plum and baking spice. Velvety texture with ample freshness and minerality on the finish.

Food Pairing Food Pairing

Roasted pork loin with fruit compote.
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