NagyBrown 2014 Argument Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

A careful hand is clearly at work here. A blend of Coury and 777 clones, it spent 18 months in half new oak, but it's the minerality and overall austerity that impress the most. Precise veins of stem, mineral and caramel flavors inflect its mysterious palate, which is marked by stiff, tight red berry fruit. Though labeled Willamette Valley, it would be surprising if this were not McMinnville AVA fruit. Paul Gregutt

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  • Alcohol
    14%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Red
  • Date Published
    2/1/2018
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