The 2009 Pinot Noir is made from grapes grown in Carr's Landing and West Kelowna. This vintage is characterized by its warmer than average growing season, which ripened the grapes up to three weeks early. The resulting wine shows less of the red berry fruit aromas one expects in cooler vintages but instead offers a rich, silky palate with dark berry fruits and earthy components. Black cherry and raspberry aromas with earthy, cedar and leather undertones. A medium bodied wine with a silky texture and smooth tannins.
From Arrowleaf Cellars