2013 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
Oregon: Willamette Valley
Today’s Super QPR (Quality to Price Ratio) wine is the bold, bright, food-fantastic Mark West 2013 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir. This wine is the perfect wintertime red to enjoy with your favorite cold weather meals. Enjoy this impressive wine with cheeses, roast chicken, pork or red meat dishes.
Just get it while you can - there isn’t very much of this vintage left. Once we sell out, we’ll never be able to get our hands on it again.
On the nose, very cherry up front. Then, intriguing notes of dried pine needles, raspberry, cranberry and pomegranate are followed by spring forest floor, bramble, subtle spice, apple skin and a hint of toasted oak.
On the palate, bold and juicy with Black cherry juice, black tea leaf, cranberry and wild strawberry with pine tar, mocha and a hint of white pepper.
Perfect, dazzling ruby red hues, with even coloration - from the heart of the wine to the glinting red edges. Skinny legs start slowly from high up the glass wall before streaking swiftly downward.
Very cherry, dried pine needles, raspberry, cranberry, pomegranate, spring forest floor, bramble, subtle spice, apple skin and a hint of toasted oak.
Bold and juicy with Black cherry juice, black tea leaf, cranberry and wild strawberry with pine tar, mocha and a hint of white pepper.
Firm and drying at first, then mouthwatering and plush as flavors move from fruity to earthy and back again.
Oregon Pinot loves to be paired with dried cheeses, roasted meats or even an herb roasted chicken.
What the Winery Says
- Pinot Noir
- Williamette Valley, Oregon