Our last Dumol allocations I was able to get my hands on sold out in under 90 minutes. So if you’re the racing type or already know what’s in these bottles, skip down to the buy button as there are only 42 bottles of each to spread around.
Coffee Lane is in a very small but magical nook stretched across a set of ridgetop east-facing plateaus in the Green Valley. Many assume it’s the Goldridge soil there that creates such rich, textured Pinot Noir and that’s true, BUT Coffee Lane also has one of the densest plantings in all of Northern California. Vines here are forced to dig deep and stay compact. Their clusters are small and tight and the resulting wine incredibly concentrated.
Coffee Lane is part of a quartet of vineyard parcels that stretch across a set of ridgetop east-facing plateaus in the Green Valley west of Highway 116. With its classic Goldridge soil, this particular parcel is ideal for growing naturally rich, beautifully textured Pinot Noir.
The vineyard’s extremely high density planting – 3,630 vines per acre, among the most densely planted vineyards in Northern California – ensures the vines stay small, their roots deep, their clusters small and incredibly concentrated and vibrant.
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98 Points, Jeb Dunnuck
The 2020 Pinot Noir DuMOL Estate Vineyard is resinous with pine, forested earth, and kirsch. The palate has another gear of intensity and is full with ripe tannins and a long finish. The palate gives way to cherry pit, rocky soil, and spice. Hold for a few years and drink over the following 15 or more years.
95 Points, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
Medium ruby-purple, the 2020 Pinot Noir Estate Vineyard is fragrant and floral, with blueberry, cranberry and pomegranate fruit and wafts of dried violet and tangerine peel. The medium-bodied palate is surprisingly concentrated with ripe, fragrant fruit. It has a grainy, refreshing frame and a long finish loaded with floral perfume. So expressive!