MacCallum 2003 Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

This tiny producer makes extraordinary wines. These Pinot vines are over 30 years old, low-yielding and hand-harvested. New oak is restrained and the wine is left to express itself in a truly Burgundian fashion. The scents have a revealing intensity, the bouquet is build up from many influences of fruit, spice, rock and barrel. In the mouth it's full but restrained, with concentrated power and plenty of acid. Exceptional winemaking. Paul Gregutt

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