Sunny January day = tasting around off North Valley (Willamette Valley): This spent 8 months in neutral french oak. The aromas are very soft, mild and light. On the palate this is really lean and light, nearly off putting in texture and just too lean without any fruit or structure to keep things alive. Again, lean finish with mild tannins, tartness, and some cherry, but things are quite bitter, showing a grittiness and not enough fruit considering the lack of structure.
Delightfully warm and inviting - this wine is ready to drink NOW! A lovely introduction into the world of Bergstrom Pinot Noir, this beautifully simple example is fresh and lively. Lots of tart, bright fruit (cherry, cranberry) lead to a subtle spicy finish of clove, cinnamon, and whole peppercorn.
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