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2015 Drouhin Oregon Roserock Pinot Noir Zéphirine

Pinot Noir

  • USA
  • Oregon
  • Willamette Valley
  • Eola - Amity Hills

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Community Tasting Note

  • jmcafee wrote:

    September 15, 2019 - I'm disappointed after having much higher expectations following tasting at the time of release. Although there is now very bright acidity that is almost overwhelming, with smooth but limited tannins, what happened to the fruit? Very thin on the mid palate. Maybe more will develop with time in the bottle, but with so little fruit I don't see how. Not a bad wine, but what is left? I will try it again in 2021; there is nothing to lose.

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3 Comments

  • RoyaltyCoins commented:

    9/15/19, 12:08 PM - This sounds like you caught it in a sleeping phase. Oregon pinot typically is never a fruit bomb, but it shouldn't be completely absent. If you have any other bottles left, come back to them 2022-23 or so.

  • jmcafee commented:

    9/15/19, 7:20 PM - Thank you for your comment. I have tasted 308 bottles of Oregon Pinot Noir in 6 years of vintages from 2003 to current, so I am quite familiar of what to expect from producers.

  • RoyaltyCoins commented:

    9/15/19, 7:32 PM - Hell ya brother!!! Keep on tasting all those pinots and keep on knowing what to expect from producers. You’re amazing!

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