Lot 647 | 2017 Chehalem Mountains

Rosé

Elegant, fresh, artfully crafted rosé from a top notch producer in the Willamette Valley.

$13.00

(28 Reviews)

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Lot 647 2017 Chehalem Mountains Pinot Noir Rosé

Lot 647 | 2017 Chehalem Mountains

Rosé

$13.00

(28 Reviews)

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Wine Details

With a visage just a shade darker than the pale salmon of proper Provençal rosé, Lot 647 is charming right out of the gate with pretty strawberry and lilac aromas, adding restrained nuances of cantaloupe, blood orange, and watermelon as the wine gets some air. Nervy on entry, with a mouthwatering explosion of lip-smacking freshness that just seems to last forever in a long, dry finish that echoes throughout with pretty fruit.

  • Vintage
  • 2017
  • Appellation
  • Chehalem Mountains
  • Grape
  • Pinot Noir
  • Alcohol by Volume
  • 12.8%
  • Cases Produced
  • 450
  • Drink/hold
  • Now through 2023
  • Release Email
Cam Confidential

Lot 647 comes from a producer that has long been purposefully crafting biodynamic rosé from 100% Pinot Noir in the Willamette Valley. Assembled from 47.5% whole cluster, 47.5% destemmed, and 5% saignée, the first two components bring the pretty fruit and lovely minerality while the latter adds a touch of richness and depth. This is rosé as it should be – conscientiously produced for maximum complexity and delicate nuance, while still delivering mouthwatering refreshment. Elegant, fresh, and keeping in the French tradition, this is about as close as you’ll get to Provençal-style rosé produced here in the US.

Reviews

28 Reviews Total

Christopher

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Strawberries. I get the blood orange too. Crisp. Has more depth than a lot of US roses without being heavy. Stands up up to the roses you can find in any Provencal country town that sadly don't get exported.

Michael

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Pleasing color, a little darker than a classic French rose. I smelled slightly unripe strawberry, honeydew, and mild citrus. Crisp with a nice balanced acidity to the taste with a lingering faint blackberry flavor on the palate. Finished drier than I thought, though that's not a negative since I tend to prefer drier wines. Great value for an old world style rose with coveted (albeit over-hyped) Willamette Valley grapes.

Catherine

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Love this Rose and the beautiful, deeper color. Not too sweet. Perfectly refreshing in my hot, humid environment. Highly recommend.

bt78

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We drank this during the summer and enjoyed it immensely. Now that summer is winding down, I think it's still a good refreshing rose to close out the warm weather.

Dawgdoc

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This rose perfectly represents the new modern roses that are refreshing, bright, crisp and with lots of flavor and fruit without the cloying sweetness. This is a great value and the perfect cure for summer humidity and long days at work. It's so fun buying great wines at everyday drinkable prices; get a case!

byrdstan

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Light and refreshing.

Really liked it.

Mike

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This is a great value, and I would compare it to the wonderful roses of Provence! Light, but fruity and is good wit or without food. A great find and we will buy more!

JJHick

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My wife was looking for something light and fruity to share with the neighbors on our porch on a summer's eve. This fit the bill in spades, and at this price point, is a very easy decision.

BMV2018

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A nice, light rose that is perfect for summer days on the patio or by the pool. Refreshing and easy drinking option for guests.

Bec

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First taste was a bit thin and tight but after a few minutes in the glass and the fruit came out. A nice one for sipping on the porch! Will order more.