The Eyrie Vineyards, Pinot Noir, Dundee Hills
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Organic

The Eyrie Vineyards, Pinot Noir, Dundee Hills - 2021

Item # 61074 750mL

Eyrie is one of the iconic wineries of the Willamette Valley. The house style emphasizes balance, harmony and with David Lett's son, Jason now at the helm, they are more approachable in their youth. Pretty cherries, stony acidity and a delicate nature are the hallmarks of this elegant wine.

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Red
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Dundee Hills
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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin.


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Staff Pick Notes

It's hard to have a bad day when you get to curl up with a brimming glass of Eyrie Pinot Noir. Nose reminiscent of chilled, overly sun-soaked raspberries. High-toned crisp green vines coat your palate with a silk-spun sheath of thin tannins. Ripe plums and sun-baked, earth-sprinkled heirloom tomatoes. Berry rhubarb pie perched on a shady windowsill facing an early, sunlit lake. Grass-stained fingertips. Flint. Sultry smoke. Sublime.

- HG

Glossary

Pinot Noir

The Burgundy region of northeastern France is the historic home of the Pinot Noir grape, and is the source of the world’s greatest examples. Here one finds renditions of Pinot Noir that deliver power with finesse and grace, wines that have unimaginable depth of flavor, yet are perfectly balanced and ephemeral in the mouth - in short, wines that deliver all that Pinot Noir has to offer. Terroir, the concept that wines from a specific region have unique and identifiable traits, is intricately...

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Willamette Valley

Perhaps the most familiar wine producing region in Oregon, the Willamette Valley is actually a group of distinct AVA's (American Viticultural Areas). This varied area is home to approximately two thirds of Oregon's wineries. Bounded roughly by the cities of Portland in the north and Eugene in the south, the near-idyllic wine growing region is cradled between the Cascade Mountain Range on its east side and the Coastal Range to the west, and produces some of America's most sublime expressions of...

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Dundee Hills

Located just to the southeast of Yamhill-Carlton, the Dundee Hills offer an ideal microclimate for the cultivation of Pinot Noir. Home to a slew of wineries that helped put Oregon firmly on the map as a great Pinot-producing region of the world, the area is relatively dry and offers a near-perfect balance of warm days and cool nights. In addition to this fabulous weather, the area boasts textbook-perfect soils and superb drainage on the rolling hills, yielding sublimely mineral, rich, and round...

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Oregon

The largest wine region in Oregon is the Willamette Valley, lying between the cities of Portland and Eugene and home to most of Oregon’s wineries. As it does not have one homogeneous climate, it has been broken up into several different AVAs. In the best of them, the perfect amounts of wind, rain, sun exposure, and altitude combine to give Pinot Noir the warm days and cool nights it needs in order to thrive. Combine that with good drainage and poor soils, and you’ve got the perfect environment...

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