This collection includes six bottles of the following our 2017 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir. Stock up and save with ground shipping included.
92 points, Wine Spectator
Showcasing the Willamette Valley’s propensity for earthy, spicy Pinot Noir, this wine is berry driven and brambly. A friendly waft of dried cinnamon and lavender leads to juicy fresh raspberry and decidedly darker fruit flavors. Made from 40 percent whole-cluster fruit, the 2017 is round and neatly integrated, and—while gorgeous in its current state—is built for longevity.
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Before you take your nose out of the glass you will have swooned, moaned, and cursed a couple of times. This is a true American, nay, Willamette-style Pinot Noir. It’s the kind of Pinot that says I am not a Burgundy, I’m all Oregon ya jerks! With focused sour cherries and a touch of coconut, the nose is heady and will draw you in like a siren song. The palate is fleshy, fat, and chewy (you will really feel like you want to start chewing the wine), and will sit on your palate long after the first sip. This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but if you were ever going to give in and do e-commerce this is definitely worth the price (shipping included).
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