Lot 647 | 2017 Chehalem Mountains
Elegant, fresh, artfully crafted rosé from a top notch producer in the Willamette Valley.
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- Chehalem Mountains
- Pinot Noir
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- Now through 2023
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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.
A crowd pleaser!
I can't keep this wine in stock. The perfect summer poolside wine. Even friends who don't like rose have multiple glasses. At $13 it's a steal!
A well balanced wine to enjoy at any time and with any food.
The summary describes my reaction. I have consumed plenty of it.
Say Yes to This Rose
Strawberry is evident in the first sip--and every sip thereafter! This Rose is just shy of being crisp and is wonderfully fruity without any sweetness. The first bottle was shared with friends, and the second bottle I kept for myself!
Nice Summer Rose
I am not a Rose drinker but my wife insisted I would like this and she was right, nice and dry and very enjoyable for summer drinking!
I love the Chehalem Mountain Pinots we've gotten from CH, so when this rose went on sale, I bought a case. The reviews were very positive so I thought I couldn't go wrong. Unfortunately, it's been a disappointment. My wife likes it better than I do, but there's an off-putting flavor to it compared to other dry roses we've tried. I thought maybe the first bottle might have been bad, but the second time wasn't any better.
Love this rose, which is perfect for the summer months. Nice flavor and pairs well with everything.
After thoroughly enjoying Lot 639 rosé, we had high expectations of this wine, and we were very disappointed... a first for us out of all the Cameron Hughes wines we've ordered in the past few years. The first bottle had an off-putting aroma of moldy cardboard, and we poured it down the drain. The second bottle showed no such flaw but seemed quite light on flavor as compared to Lot 639. We will be exploring the possibility of making Rosé Sangria with our remaining bottles.
Dry Rose good with food
This is a dry Rose that is very good with food. I get Strawberry on the nose and taste . It "went better" with food and not as good just drinking by itself. If you like a dry Rose, this is the wine for you. I like a bit more fruit in my Rose.
Great summer value.
The summer season brings about a hankering for crisp dry rose wine. We have enjoyed this in the past and it is a great value.
Loved the Chehalem Pinot and gave this a try. I'm glad I did. I prefer tasty dry rose's and this hit the spot.