Tyler Bien Nacido Pinot Noir 2015

Tyler Bien Nacido Pinot Noir 2015

Tyler Wines
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Tyler is dedicated to producing wines of delicacy and balance, where structure and nuance are favored above all else. Our focus is exclusively on exceptional vineyard sites throughout the Santa Rita Hills and Santa Maria Valley within Santa Barbara County, and feel pinot noir and chardonnay are the best mediums to express each vineyard site. Within these two appellations, the unique combination of marine-based soils, transverse ranges and valleys, and cool ocean influence make this a truly wonderful place for growing pinot noir and chardonnay.
We believe wine should be elegant and honest, and must possess aromatic purity.
In order to best convey the individuality of each site, we try to be modern in our thinking and classic in our approach. Great effort had been made not only to seek out vineyards of pedigree, but also to seek out vines with age. We now work with a number of the oldest vineyard blocks in the County and believe this is essential in our quest for both purity and intesity. Furthermore, close collaboration with each of our growers along with focused, minimal handling of fruit and wine allow us the best opportunity to achieve our goals.

Notes and Reviews

Antonio Galloni (94)

The 2015 Pinot Noir Bien Nacido Vineyard - Old Vines is bold, pungent and super-expressive. It also has huge tannins that are going to need time to soften. The aromatics are beautifully lifted, but this is a virile, potent wine with real muscle behind its powerful, dense personality.

Product Details

Vintage 2015
Grape Varieties Pinot noir
Viticulture Certified Organic
Type Red
Age of Vines 46 years old
Vinification Destemmed to 2-5 ton open top fermenters . Native fermentation begins after 4-5 days. Gently extracted using both punch down and pumpovers. Pressed to tank once dry, and quickly settled before going down to a third new French oak barrels. Native yeast.
Elevage On the lees for 12- 14 months, racked and blended, then back down to barrel for another few months before bottling.
Soil Type Elder series shaly loam
Website http://www.tylerwinery.com/