Premium Pinot

Premium Pinot

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What makes Pinot Noir so special?  There are many answers to this question, and every Pinot Noir lover has their own reason.  Many cite its beautiful floral notes and aromas of cherries and red berries.  Some say it’s the elegant body and mouthfeel of the wine.  Some like the acidity and the way it pairs so well with such a wide variety of foods.

No matter what your reason, there is no doubt that Pinot Noir is one of the most captivating, provocative wine grapes in the world.  The great Grand Cru bottlings from Burgundy demand some of the highest prices of any wine in the world.  Fortunately, there’s a place where Pinot Noir is made with great care and skill, achieving the same heights of excellence as that of Burgundy – without the jaw-dropping price tags.  That place is the Willamette Valley of Oregon.

This wine club is for those of you who desire only the finest…  the best of the best that Oregon has to offer.  This is where you will find Estate wines, single-vineyard designates, winemakers’ reserves, and limited-production bottlings from some of the most sought-after vineyards and producers.  These wines are lovingly hand crafted, some with near cult-status, and sometimes downright esoteric.  They regularly fetch critic scores in the range of 90-96 points.

The beauty of this level of Pinot Noir is, these wines are perfectly delicious young, but will continue to develop in depth and complexity over 10+ years of cellar time.  In fact, I have had Oregon Pinots of this caliber that were up to 25 years old and were still going strong – showing amazing secondary aromas and flavors.  So this club is perfect for stocking your cellar if you have one.

So if you want to just cut to the chase and go straight for Pinot gold – this is the wine club for you.  You will be spoiled with regular shipments of top shelf, age-worthy Pinot Noir that showcases the ultimate potential of this world-class wine growing region.