Paul O'Brien 2016 Pinot Noir (Umpqua Valley)

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Fermented in concrete and then aged one year in one-quarter new French oak, this beautifully expresses sophisticated winemaking that's rare at this price. It's balanced with citrusy acidity under pretty red berry and cherry fruit. It finishes with toasty tannins, again in perfect proportion. Paul Gregutt

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