The Glenlee vineyard was planted by Gary Andrus in 2002 to a high-density configuration (6000 vines per hectare). A band of glacial outwash and river gravels fans out through the highest eastern corner of this north-facing site. Here, free-draining soil ensures vines are balanced with open canopies, lignified stems and ripe fruit. Glenlee Pinot Noir is drawn exclusively from these vines. The fruit combines fragrance with concentration and structure.