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Two Brothers Pinot Noir

Sonoma County

When we set out to produce Pinot Noir at Donelan Family Wines, we wanted to make a wine that embraces our favorite aspects of great Pinot from Sonoma County. The journey has taken us to the Two Brothers Pinot Noir where we believe terroir and technique have met at a beautiful crossroads. The composition of the Two Brothers wine is rooted heavily in Bennett Valley and Russian River Valley lending spice and earth to the nose, while the Sonoma Coast fruit gives an aromatic lift to the wine and brings length to the palate.


Two Brothers Pinot Noir

Description

Description

Named after siblings Tripp and Cushing Donelan, the Two Brothers Pinot Noir has become a fan favorite of our customers. It’s an extremely versatile wine. For one, it’s ready to drink upon release, but will also age beautifully for years if you throw a few bottles in your cellar. Our preferred food pairing with the Two Bros is always a game bird. Turkey, wings, quail, dove, or duck recipes are all super complimentary with this Pinot Noir’s dark fruit, spice, and freshness. We tend to recommend this wine for Thanksgiving every year.

 

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Origin Grapes

Pinot Noir (100%)

Soil Vineyard & Terroir

The Two Brothers Pinot Noir is a blend of grapes sourced from multiple vineyards. Composition changes from vintage to vintage but usually includes fruit from Steiner Ranch, Sonoma Mountain, Devoto, and Perli. Each vineyard contributes its slice of character to the final blend.

Vinification Vinification

Two Brothers Pinot Noir utilizes native-yeast fermentation in small batches, ~30% new French oak, and ~16 months of élevage.

Best Drank By Drink By

4–12 years

Palate Aroma & Palate

Aromas recall a bouquet of rose petals and gingersnaps. A full, fleshy mouth-feel on the mid-palate with a beautiful fruit composition of plum sauce, cranberries, and fresh flowers.

Food Pairing Food Pairing

Roasted duck, or porkloin with fruit compote.

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