Both lush and graceful, this wine begins with layered aromas of apple, pear, graham cracker pie crust and sweet baking spices. The orchard fruit notes are echoed on the palate, where they mingle with hints of honey, vanilla and seamlessly integrated French oak. The wine strikes a lovely balance between bright acidity and a supple flowing texture as it glides to a long, focused finish.
Since crafting its premiere vintage of Anderson Valley Pinot Noir in 2001, Duckhorn Wine Company’s Migration has earned acclaim for a refined and compelling style of winemaking that seamlessly balances vibrancy and finesse.
With just 50% of our average rainfall to start the season we took proactive measures in our vineyards, including early suckering and pruning, careful cover crop management and targeted irrigation to ensure healthy vines. Spring and summer brought mild-to-warm temperatures that allowed the grapes to ripen slowly and evenly, resulting in early flavor development at lower Brix with high acidity.
Pairs well with pork, rich fish such as salmon and tuna, vegetarian and poultry dishes.