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Evesham Wood Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley - 2015

Item # 87214 750mL
$22.96/ Single Bottle
$275.52 $247.97/ Case of 12
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Red
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USA
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Tasting Notes

An elegant, yet very flavorful Pinot from Evesham Wood. Bottled unfiltered to preserve all the delicate fruit and spice, this is a gorgeous and harmonious wine for subtly flavored duck or veal dishes.


Staff Pick Notes

Fragrant spice interlaced with brilliant red fruit await you when you pour this wine into your glass. Balanced, accessible fruit and refreshing acidity wake your senses when sipping this wine. As food wine you may easily pair this with duck or coq au vin. This wine also works on it's own with a cheese plate or other small snacks. The top notch growing environment of Willamette Valley yields fruit of uncompromising quality and small production ensures character that will impress any Pinot Noir Fan.

- SCB

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