2011 was the latest and coolest in Oregon’s recent wine- making history. After much stress as to whether the weather would even allow for the clusters the ripen, October delivered enough dry and sunny weather to grant phenolic ripeness and a pleasant dry harvest which was completed mostly in November. The resulting wines are clear, focused and complex—some that will be very long lived in the bottle.
Subtle spicy nose of cardamom, dried flowers and orange zest. Light bodied with great precision and agreeable tannins that frames a lovely finish. Very food friendly, this Pinot will quickly become a household staple!