Domaine Serene Pinot Noir Willamette Valley Jerusalem Hill 2003

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Jerusalem Hill Estate is about 13 miles South of the Evenstad Estate, on the East side of the Eola Hills, Yamhill Cou...

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A Pinot Noir wine from Oregon in USA. 2003 Serene, Domaine Pinot Noir Jerusalem Hill Vineyard 750ml Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
02/11/2010

A Pinot Noir wine from Oregon in USA. 2003 Serene, Domaine Pinot Noir Jerusalem Hill Vineyard 750ml


Winemaker's Notes:

Jerusalem Hill Estate is about 13 miles South of the Evenstad Estate, on the East side of the Eola Hills, Yamhill County, Willamette Valley, Oregon. The Estate encompasses 90-acres of gentle East-facing hillside on Jerusalem Hill. Jerusalem Hill Vineyard has 55-acres planted to Pinot Noir. Vineyard elevation is 200-300 feet. The sedimentary soil is called Woodburn.

Jerusalem Hill Estate is about 13 miles South of the Evenstad Estate, on the East side of the Eola Hills, Yamhill County, Willamette Valley, Oregon. The Estate encompasses 90-acres of gentle East-facing hillside on Jerusalem Hill. Jerusalem Hill Vineyard has 55-acres planted to Pinot Noir. Vineyard elevation is 200-300 feet. The sedimentary soil is called Woodburn.

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