BROOKS Pinot Noir, Eola-Amity Hills ‘Rabastaban’ 2018

Resting for 18 months in French oak barrels, the Rabastaban comes from fruit grown in volcanic and basalt-laden soils. Deep purple with a neon ruby rim, it’s a lot richer and darker-fruit driven than its siblings. Boysenberry, mountain blackberry, new leather, dried sage, pencil shavings, and a touch of peppery herbs work together with the high acidity, chalky tannins, and the black pepper spiced finish. About 500 cases were made.
92 $65 2022-2030

United States Oregon Willamette Valley, Eola-Amity Hills

J. Young June, 2022  

Find More: Oregon Report: Vol. VI (2018-2021)

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