Littlebury Road, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley
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Littlebury Road, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley - 2021

Item # 35702 750mL

A delicious Pinot Noir with dark-berried fruit, spice and soft tannins. The wine was aged in a combination of tank and French oak (50% new) for 9 months. Red fruits, a touch of herbs, and an earthy note round out this lithe and accessible dry red. Pair with ground lamb and okra tomato stew.

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This is a perfect holiday wine, filled with cheerful dusty cherry and cranberry notes. It is made in a lighter and leaner style that is reminiscent of a lush Burgundy Pinot Noir. Full of beautiful ripe fuji apple notes with white flower and raspberry notes. Light in tannin and has you begging for another sip. It is very refreshing to see a new world Pinot that is no elegant and packed with luxury. Lots of rocky mineral notes, with aromas of flint and dirt. If you are looking for a gift to add lots of love to whatever holiday season party your going to you have found the perfect bottle! xx Cheers and Happy Holidays.

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