Displaying a bright medium ruby core with a silvery rim, this own-rooted Pommard Clone Pinot Noir comes from vines planted in 1972. Unfortunately this is the last vintage of this wine as the vineyard is being replanted. Gobs of boysenberry, dried mint, wild sage, forest floor, and tree moss tones abound on the nose and on the palate. Mouthwatering acidity, medium crunchy tannins, and a solid backbone combine with a dried herb and black-cherry finish. Only 90 cases produced.
||Willamette Valley, Eola-Amity Hills