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These days when thinking of Pinot Noir, Burgundy is not the only region that immediately comes to mind. Oregon has consistently produced quality Pinot Noirs, cementing their place on the best wine lists in the world. Oregon and Burgundy share the 45 latitude line, giving them more similarities than differences. The long summers are warm and dry, with cool evenings which help to preserve acidity in the grapes. These conditions help to produce the elegant style of Pinot Noir that both regions are known for. Oregon tends to be slightly riper, and the earthy notes take a backseat to the fruit. Willamette Valley produces the most wines from this grape in the state and is considered the premier sub-region.
“Aromas of raspberry and freshly tilled earth are apparent on the nose. At first sip your immediately welcomed by black cherries with a hint of warm baking spices, leading to notes of tart cranberry and pomegranate. This medium-body pinot noir finishes long with soft tannins and a fresh acidity.”
-Robin Butler, Foxcroft Southpark Retail Associate
Foxcroft Online Price: $29.99 per bottle
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