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.
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.
Love this rose'
We love rose', and this one is spectacular. It has great body and not flinty like some from Provence. We will order more!
Soft, fruity, but not too crisp. Great wine for a warm summer evening.
Good wine and a good value
This was a very nice rose, not to sweet and yet a good amount of fruit flavor. The value is very good.
This is a refreshing rose! I prefer lot 639 over this one, but this one’s still nice, crisp & refreshing! :)
A nice, flavorful wine
I purchased a total of four bottles of various wines, but thus far, we’ve tapped into but one bottle.
This Rose’ is quite pleasant, with good flavors and a sweet fragrance. I’ve heard numerous commercials for CH, and now that we’ve completed one bottle, we’re looking forward to several more over time. The value compared to cost is marvelous, as well as the flavor and quality.
Light and Drinkable
While I am not typically a white/rosé drinker, I found this wine to be exquisite. It has a lighter taste and it is quite enjoyable!
A Winter Rose?
If there's such a thing as a Winter Rose, this is one (I'm writing this...and drinking this...in February). Bright, bold (for a Rose), distinct strawberry notes, eminently quaffable in cold weather. Had this with garlic pasta (and I'm talking two heads--not cloves, heads--of garlic!), and it was delicious! Forget Provence for this season, check out Oregon!
I’m a big fan of the Pinot noir from Chehalem, and was quite interested in trying a rose from there. In a word or two, fantastic and unique. Quite different than other roses I’ve had - you can definitely taste the Pinot from Chehalem influence. Tasty!