Stafford Hill, Pinot Noir
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Stafford Hill, Pinot Noir - 2021

Item # 41954 750mL
$21.99/ Single Bottle
$263.88 $237.49/ Case of 12
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Production Methods




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

Tasting Notes

This Pinot Noir has limited use of new oak to keep the wine fresh and approachable for everyday drinking. Stafford Hills is the second label from Holloran Vineyards. Excellent quality at an affordable price.

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Staff Pick Notes

While I must admit to some bias going in, (my father's name was Stafford, and my middle name is Stafford), when I opened up this Pinot Noir my expectations were exceeded. Classic Willamette Valley Pinot at a tremendous value, with trademark notes of peppery dark cherries, subtle hints of vanilla and tobacco, and just a touch of oak. Sourced from the same vineyards as its parent label Holloran, this Stafford Hill is fresh Oregon Pinot Noir done right at a reasonable price point. Something of this quality could easily go for $35+, so getting it at this price is simply a steal. I served it alongside some pork chops and it was perfect, but it'd pair wonderfully with any kind of bird as well.

- MM

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