The grapes for the Kings Ridge 2009 Oregon Pinot Noir come from vineyards in the
renowned Willamette Valley and the Umpqua Valley. The combination of cool and warm climates
found in these regions produces wine stacked with intense flavors and aromas.The nose on the 2009 Pinot Noir is loaded with rich dark cherry, plum and toasted hazelnuts. These inviting aromas seamlessly connect to the smooth, rich mouth feel,
filled with freshly picked blackberry and plum flavors. The wine is loaded with fruit, which
extends into a long finish with fine tannins that give complexity and structure to this wine.
Wine & SpiritsWell built, with scents of mocha and black cherry, there's an earthiness to the flavors—sort of a redwood bark meets plum—which gives the wine a savory kick. For something substantial, like salmon grilled with wild mushrooms.