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Antica Terra "Coriolis" Pinot Noir - 2015

Item # 34400 750mL
$54.99/ Single Bottle
$659.88 $593.89/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

100% Pinot Noir with flavors of dried strawberry, red plum, rose petal, violet, and lavender. Great silky texture with ever lasting finish. Great to pair with red meat dishes, such as fillet mignon and/or duck with cranberry sauce. After a decade at Sine Qua Non, winemaker Maggie Harrison began making her own wines. She owns an 11 acre vineyard located on a rocky hillside in the Eola-Amity Hills where the vines struggle to grow in a pre-historic seabed without topsoil, amongst a fractured mixture of sandstone sown with fossilized oyster shells.

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