Lot 677 2017 Chehalem Mountains Pinot Noir
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Lot 677 | 2017 Chehalem Mountains

Pinot Noir

Supple, Burgundian-style Pinot from the Willamette Valley. Only 250 cases available!

$19.00

(43 Reviews)

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Reviews

43 Reviews Total

Jeff

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Really nice

I mostly order cabs but this one was a great change of pace. I wish I would have tried sooner so I could order a few more.

Chris

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Nice Pinot

Can drink every day!

Michael

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Another excellent CH find

Silky smooth Pinot in the Burgundian style. Went to order more but it was out.

Gregory

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Great Pinot

Now this is a great Pinot.

Michael

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Great Red!

Loved this so much had to buy some more of it

Randall

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Another Winner

Sorry to see that this one is out of stock! I love Pinot Noir and this one had many of the features I look for. A little bit of black pepper and cherry.

John

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Excellent

Bummed I missed the chance to buy more of this gem

Ralph

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Delicate and Enjoyable in Summer

I don't often buy Pinot Noirs but this one came in our Wine Club shipment. It was a super surprise. Beautiful cherry color and a fantastic delicate combination of flavors on the palate and then nose. It is a light wine in the Burgundy style. I find this wine to be quite satisfying when cooled a little below normal storage temps and served on a warm summer evening.

Ed

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Burgundy as Oregon does it

If you love Burgundy, you’ll love this wine. It’s not Russian River! It’s a delicate wine; light in color, cooked beets on the nose (that’s a good thing), as well on the palate, intermingled with raspberry. As it was open for a while, got some baking spice (cardamom) and almond on the finish. Glad I bought 6 bottles.

Catherine

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It Was Great

Another great wine that is out of stock. Glad I got to enjoy it while I did. Slightly chilled for summer evenings. Love your Oregon wines.