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This wonderful blend of AVAs will knock your socks off with the 2010 vintage. A marriage of Roco's estate Wits' End vineyard in the Chehalem Mountains and the Marsh Estate Vineyard in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA, this wine is sure to please with its deep richness and finesse.
This Pinot Noir is a blend of LIVE Certified Sustainable fruit from Ponzis Aurora, Abetina and Avellana Vineyards, as well as fruit from Linda Vista, Lazy River, Walnut Ridge and Lemelson Vineyards.This wine meets requirements for the Oregon Certified Sustainable Wine program for responsible agriculture and winemaking practices certified by an independent third party.Notes of coffee, molasses ...
Last but never least, we offer Homer, our blend of "best" barrels. This years Homer displays the overall characteristics of the 2011 vintage - wonderful aromatics, a succulent mouth feel, long finish, beautiful silky tannins but it does so with Homer panache. The fruit leans towards the plum, blackberry, currant spectrum and the wine is focused and highly concentrated.
Argyle Pinot Noir is honest and unmingled. The 2012 vintage for Pinot Noir made itself. Fermented in small lots, and blended for purity, this year's blend croons of ripe, red raspberry, morello cherry and a hint of backwoods spice. No other word can describe the palate but lush. Gentle, slightly firm tannin beneath, the acid sings true and long. Enjoy ...
The name "Elizabeths Reserve" was first used in 1986 to designate the blend of our best barrels of Pinot noir. From 1987 until 1999 it designated a single vineyard wine, but in 2000 returned to a "best of winery" reserve - the best barrels from our best lots. Most of the fruit for this wine (65%) comes from five of ...
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