14.5% abv. Forms legs on the side of tre glass. Mahagony color, thinning at the rim. Some purple grapeskin notes on the first evening. I thought this might be over-the-hill judging from the taste the first evening, but it opened up and showed me more on the second evening. There is a savory element along with some dark cherry and plum fruit notes. Drinks smoothly with a subtlety that pairs well with meats.
What a NW PN! Clear cherry colour. Earthy, smokie, chimney nose. Impressive. Little hottie in the palate yet pleasant and elegant. Long, quite long. A bit one-dimensional anyway. At this point and at 22€, personally recommended.
¡Menuda PN del Nuevo Mundo! Color Cereza claro. Nariz terrosa, ahumada, a chimenea. Impresionante. Un poco calentita en boca aunque agradable y elegante. Larga, muy larga. De todas formas un poco unidimensional. En este momento y a 22 cucos, la recomiendo personalmente.
When I first opened it I thought the bottle might be flawed. acidic and somewhat tart finish. I stuck a cork back in it and drank another Oregon Pinot that night. I went back to it two days later and it had softened and improved. Pallette had begun to integrate, but still not the great bottle I wanted or expected.
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