Dion 2018 Old Vines Pinot Noir (Chehalem Mountains)

Editors' Choice

The old vines – Pommard clone, own-rooted, and planted in 1976 – offer a rare peek into Oregon's winemaking past. The subtle layering, depth and detail of this wine are impressive, as is the sheer power of these old vines. Red berries, cherries, nectarines and even a hint of pineapple are evident, with silky tannins and perfectly set acids. Aged in 50% new barrels, it's a gem. Paul Gregutt

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  • Alcohol
    13.8%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Red
  • Date Published
    4/1/2021
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