2019 Terue York Hill Pinot Noir
Approachable and ready to drink with notes of rose petals, dark fruits, and black tea with balanced acidity and round tannins.
Comprised of pinot noir grapes of clone 667 from York Hill vineyard located in the Columbia Gorge at 1,000 feet in elevation. The vines were planted in 2008 in volcanic soil.
Only 175 cases produced!
A wet, but warm spring with a few mild frosts during late April and fewer than average heat spikes.
Near-record precipitation amounts during late June and early July brought increased disease pressure to the region.
The vintage will be remembered for the early rains in September and rapid cool down into October which challenged harvesting decisions.
The cool vintage came largely from substantially lower maximum temperatures while minimum temperatures were near average to slightly above average.
A classic Oregon vintage!
- Pinot Noir
- Columbia Gorge
- York Hill
- Case production
- Crush format
- Hand Sorted and 100% Destemmed
- Bottling date
- Harvest date
- French Oak Barrels
- Alcohol percentage
- 5.2 g/L
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