Sokol Blosser 2001 Old Vineyard Block Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

This was the first block of pinot noir planted by the Sokol Blossers in the early 1970s, and it benefits from its maturity, its peerless location in the Red Hills of Dundee, and the fact that it is own-rooted and has escaped the ravages of phylloxera. Scents of cherry, baking spice and cinnamon follow through in the mouth, where the perfect balance of fruit oak and acid support a gentle, expressive yet delicate wine. Paul Gregutt

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