Brittan Vineyards 2018 Estate Pinot Noir (McMinnville)

Cellar Selection

This is a sophisticated representation of the AVA, showing its steely minerality first and foremost. The brambly berry fruit is a bit constricted, with flavors suggesting mountain-grown wild berries. There's a stiff phenolic spine to the wine, but the overall mix of fruit, rock, savory herb, acidity and tannin suggests it's a good candidate for aging. Roll the dice and drink now through 2032. Paul Gregutt

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