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jamesfamilycellars wrote:A couple of favorite food pairing ideas for our '09 Pinot Noir include grilled salmon with a soy sauce and honey marinade; beer-can chicken with mushroom risoto; pork chops. Oh, and paella... we do a wonderful paella and pinot feast for our wine club members on our patio in the summertime.
The description mentioned two pinot clones, and that your grapes have gone into sparklers. I don't know much about clones beyond what Star Wars taught me. Please tell me why you chose these clones: Do they have an affinity with your terrior? What do they specifically impart into the wine? Where do they come from? Are some clones better for still wines vs sparklers? Do we have anything to fear from them? What if they attack?
Any SoCal'ers, I think I'm interested in a split...
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Good to see James Family Pinot here on Woot again. I like a Sonoma Coast Pinot, and this one is a good one...
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