Oregon Territory 2016 Pinot Noir (Oregon)

Editors' Choice

Once again this budget label from Paul O'Brien offers exceptional value. Barrel aged for a year in 25% new French oak, it includes 20% Willamette Valley grapes, with the rest from the Umpqua Valley. A portion of whole clusters were included, and the fermentation was done in both concrete and French oak foudres. Some flavors of earth and stem come through, and a certain astringency from the concrete, along with brambly black cherry fruit and chewy tannins. Paul Gregutt

Print a Shelf Talker Label
  • Alcohol
    14.2%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Red
  • Date Published
    12/1/2018
  • User Avg Rating
    Not rated yet [Add Your Review]
When you buy something through our link, we may earn a small commission. Wine Enthusiast does not accept money for editorial wine reviews. Read more about our policy.
Blind tasting icons How We Blind Taste