Built around a core of own-rooted, Pommard and Wädenswil vines planted in 1984, this bottling harkens back to Oregon’s wine growing infancy, when savouriness, smokiness, and nuance brought curious and adventurous Burgundy lovers to the region.
“Svelte and smoky, this is a sexy bottle of Pinot Noir. The fruit is supple and seamless, with plums, marionberries, figs and chocolate. Aged for one year in 25% new French oak, it’s firm and rippled with touches of olive and mushroom. This exceptional value is simply a riot of flavor.” 92 Points (2016 vintage) Paul Gregutt, Wine Enthusiast Magazine