Penner-Ash 2013 Pas de Nom Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

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Pas de Nom, meaning “no name” in French, is intended as a self-effacing moniker for the winery's top cuvée. A barrel-selection, it's front-loaded with big cherry-pie fruit flavors. The mouthfeel is light and buttery, with a pleasing lick of caramel, while the tannins have some muscle and a hint of stem. This young, powerful wine should drink best 2018–2025. Paul Gregutt

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