Vinicultural Society

Ida’s Selection Pinot Noir

Ida’s Selection Pinot Noir bottle

The Vinicultural Society explores clonal selections, varietals and the incredible terroir of Sonoma County. Named for Count Haraszthy’s fourth child and first daughter, Ida’s Selection Pinot Noir is sourced from the eastern slopes of the Sonoma Coast, where the grapes ripen under the optimally-balanced conditions and are hand-harvested at the peak of ripeness.

Gold Medal
January 11, 2019 | San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
  • Winemaking

    The two vineyards the grapes for this wine are harvested from are planted to clone 777, 115 and 667, with each contributing distinct characteristics to the final wine. Our Ida’s Selection Pinot Noir was aged for 15 months in 100% French oak, 15% new, before being bottled unfiltered.

  • Nose

    Features a bouquet of vibrant strawberry

  • Palate

    Bright red fruit flavors bolstered by a hints of tobacco and leather dominate the palate. This is a complex wine with silky smooth texture, nice acidity and a long, delicious finish.

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