2014 Oregon Pinot Noir
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The 2014 Oregon Pinot Noir has aromas of Bing cherry, Marionberry and boysenberry with hints of sandalwood and anise. On the palate, flavors of candied black cherry and licorice lead to soft, velvety tannins on the mid-palate and a long, elegant finish.

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After harvest, fruit from each vineyard is hand-sorted and de-stemmed before being fermented in open top fermenters and punched down twice daily, a gentler and more traditional form of cap management for Pinot Noir that helps to retain the varietal’s soft tannin structure. The wine was then aged in 25% new Burgundy oak and 75% 1-year old Chardonnay barrels for just under a year.

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Varietal:
100% Pinot Noir
Appellation:
Oregon
Willamette Valley
Barrel:
25% new Burgundy oak
75% 1-3 year old Burgundy oak
Alcohol:
13.5%

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