Tasting notes:

Cherry, red currant, and spice on the nose

Medium bodied on the palate

Elegant finish with cherry and herbs

Summary:

This is consistently good wine from year to year, and the 2015 is no exception. For $16 or so, you get a real sense of Oregon Pinot Noir with its elegance and finesse. It pairs extremely well with food, and is widely available. I visited the winery several years ago, and enjoyed taking in the hillside setting and no frills approach to producing Pinot Noir. Raise a glass!

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