Ken Wright Pinot Noir Eola Amity Hills Canary Hill 2004

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VINTAGE An awesome Spring that had us three weeks ahead of normal gave way to cool and wet weather in the first week...

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Fantastic Pinot ready to drink. Ken Wright makes great Pinots all across the board and this is one of the best. Read more

My favorite Ken Wright vineyard. Nice nose, don't lay it down too long, it's good now. Read more

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Snooth User: cutiger81
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5.00 5
08/15/2008

Fantastic Pinot ready to drink. Ken Wright makes great Pinots all across the board and this is one of the best.


4.00 5
11/12/2007

My favorite Ken Wright vineyard. Nice nose, don't lay it down too long, it's good now.


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100913 Snooth User: gmac
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Winemaker's Notes:

VINTAGE An awesome Spring that had us three weeks ahead of normal gave way to cool and wet weather in the first week of June. This inclement weather coincided with flowering in most of our vineyard sites. As a result, natural crop levels averaged a microscopic .8 tons per acre. The combination of a small crop and the great spring weather gave us an early harvest which began on the 9th of September. The wines are expressive, balanced, elegant and ageworthy.

VINTAGE An awesome Spring that had us three weeks ahead of normal gave way to cool and wet weather in the first week of June. This inclement weather coincided with flowering in most of our vineyard sites. As a result, natural crop levels averaged a microscopic .8 tons per acre. The combination of a small crop and the great spring weather gave us an early harvest which began on the 9th of September. The wines are expressive, balanced, elegant and ageworthy.

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