Oregon's Willamette Valley is revered for it's amazing Pinot Noir. After your first sip of Lot 28 you'll understand why. The wine is made from grapes picked from old vines situated in the rolling foothills of Oregon's Coast Range Mountains. Here, cool summers and a long growing season provide just enough time for the grapes to develop all of the mesmerizing flavors associated with Pinot Noir.
Forward cherry and red fruit aromas precede more subtle flavors of violets, damp earth and mocha. On the palate, the wine shows lush tannins and lively acidity. The cherry fruit, earth and floral aromas combined with a firm, but well balanced texture makes this wine a particularly nice pairing for your holiday meals and gatherings. Just remember to share it, even though you might not want to.
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