King Estate 2001 Domaine Pinot Noir (Oregon)

Most Oregon wineries seem to equate high prices with high extract, high alcohol, and high concentrations of new oak. King Estate's lovely and elegant new Domaine bottling shows a different style to good effect. Powerful scents of pinot cherry/berry and plum fruit, laced with toast, milk chocolate, vanilla wafer and creamery butter lead into a firm, supple, silky wine. Graceful and seamless, it's a supremely elegant pinot that expresses the grape with quiet power. Paul Gregutt

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