Oregon’s northerly latitude means grapes get extra growing season sunlight for long, even ripening, and that our crisp, cool nights that help our grapes retain their freshening acidity. Such a combination means Oregon grapes would naturally achieve mature, balanced flavors and full varietal character. The resulting wines are sustainably grown and made without dramatic manipulation to be naturally fresh, lively and have true-to-the-fruit flavors. The perfect latitude-longitude cross section, the right grape - pinot noir, the right growing conditions and the right terroir. We call it... Pacific Pinot... enjoy.
Kiwi fruit and green apple on the nose with hints of pear and wet stone. Very bright acid on the palate with pronounced flavors of apple and citrus. Finish is clean and framed with more bright acid.