Hope Well, Pinot Noir
Staff Pick

Hope Well, Pinot Noir - 2019

Item # 41189 750mL
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Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

Tasting Notes

Winemaker Mimi Casteel is a force of nature, literally. She farms biodynamically and regeneratively, meaning she never tills, never irrigates and encourages habitat. As a result, her Pinot Noir is thing of beauty and purity. Brilliant red fruit, elegant and silky that would no doubt age gracefully.

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Staff Pick Notes

Edmond Burke once said, “…your representative owes you, not only his industry, but his judgment; and he betrays, instead of serving you, if he sacrifices it to your opinion.” While Ed was talking about the House of Commons I don’t see why we can’t apply this sentiment to producers of food and wine. Mimi Casteel is the type of farmer we need right now. Her hard work and avant garde methods make tremendous wine and will change the world. While she sells a lot of her crop to some of the top winemakers in Oregon she also vinifies a small amount into Hope Well. A crème de la crème kind of Pinot Noir. She calls her farming regenerative agriculture. I call it the right thing to do.

- SD

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