- Pinot Noir McCrone Vineyard 2011
- Pinot Noir
- U.S.A. > Oregon
- Red, Dry, Medium-Bodied, Earthy, Rich
- Supple reds complement the widest range of meals.
- Easy with country paté.
- Equally well with Moroccan lamb tagine
- or with shiitake mushrooms sautéed in garlic butter and soy sauce.
Nose: Medium-High Intensity, developing, black fruits, orange blossoms, slate
Mouth: Medium Bodied, dry, medium-high acidity, average-heavy tannin, intense, long finish, cranberry, blackberry, mineral
- After a decade of winemaking at Talbott and Ventana, Ken Wright loaded up the truck and headed for McMinnville, starting Panther Creek and his vineyard designate bottlings. Owned by Don and McCrone and planted from 1992 - 2000 to Dijon clones, the wine produced from their eponymous vineyard is some of the deepest, densest and most powerful in the Ken Wright canon.
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