Machine Breaker "We The People" Pinot Noir
Staff Pick

Machine Breaker "We The People" Pinot Noir - 2014

Item # 33654 750mL
$24.96/ Single Bottle
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$299.52 $269.57/ Case of 12
Eola-Amity Hills
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Production Methods



Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

Tasting Notes

The type of Pinot Noir that begs for steak frîtes with incredible freshness and dark-berried fruits. Like a bowl full of black cherries, with the same bright acidity and juicy fruit flavor. Made by winemaker Tad Seestedt who seems to make wines with such energy.

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Staff Pick Notes

It's been said that I go too far when it comes to imagery, and I'll admit sometimes I'm a bit liberal with my paint brush, but not this time. This wine has filled my mind with a great landscape of adjectives. After this has been poured and aerated a bit its perfume becomes seductive and powerful. Tip the glass and surround yourself with rose bushes, lavender, and hibiscus. The palate yields ripe, dark bush fruit, juicy cherries, and rich cocoa. Buy this for a starry night strewn with passion and maybe a little flirtation and see if your imagination doesn't get away from you.

- SD

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