Shea Wine Cellars, Yamhill-Carlton District, Estate Pinot Noir
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Shea Wine Cellars, Yamhill-Carlton District, Estate Pinot Noir - 2019

Item # 11653 750mL

From a 200 acre estate in Yamhill County comes this delicious red wine. Bright red fruit on the palate makes this an ideal candidate at the table. Endless pairing ideas from mushroom burgers to duck confit.

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

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Shea Vineyard, owned by Dick Shea, is a 200-acre vineyard in the Yamhill County of the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Shea sells grapes to some of Oregon’s very best wineries and carefully crafts his eponymous label from only choice blocks. Shea is intimately familiar with the different clones and variants of Pinot Noir around the world, Dijon and Pommard variants are a staple on the vineyard. Shea is renowned for bringing the Swiss clone, Wädenswil to Willamette in the early 2000s. This wine is supple in black currant fruits. Very balanced between acidity and minerality. A touch of slightly musty French oak is a reassuring undertone. Simply a treat to relax and savor this after a full day.

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