Dive into this delicious Inscription Pinot Noir with plank-grilled salmon steaks over grilled asparagus. It's got velvety tannins, succulent fruit and enough acidity to stand up to rich sauces. Oh, and, it made the cut for our June 90+ Wine Club. Hoisin duck bao buns are a tasty starter that will get oohs and ahhs from your diners. If you've got some time on your hands, this Willamette Valley Pinot is perfect for crispy peking duck with scallion, cucumber, plum sauce & pancakes (make a wrap)!
Wine Enthusaist: Designated Editors' Choice. “A classy package adorns this affordable wine. Cranberry and black cherry fruit come to a solid, focused core, with stiff acidity backing substantial yet smooth tannins.” Mar 2022
Winery: “Bright cherry, raspberry and strawberry notes greet the nose, along with fresh rose petals, baking spices and hints of earth. Bright acidity on the entrance combines with the showy red fruit and flavors of forest floor, rhubarb, sage and toast on the palate. Round, supple tannins provide an exceptionally good transition to the finish, with structured tannins providing nice body and length.”
|Bottle||750ml, screw cap|
|Varietal||100% Pinot Noir|
|Aging||8 months in French oak|
|Region||Willamette Valley, Oregon|
|Grapes||100% Pinot Noir|