Ken Wright Pinot Noir Eola Amity Hills Carter Vineyard 2006

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The picture is of the 2005 but the wine is 2006."Dark red.Deep, smoky nose shows more power than the Nysa and Canary ...

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Brentwood Wine Company
West Linn, OR (160 mi)
USD 45.00
750ml
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Strong red. More blackberry than cherry. Not too sweet. Let it breath a bit. I find it works well at near room temperature. Excellent solid that ho... Read more

Dark red. Deep, smoky nose shows more power than the Nysa and Canary Hills wines. Blackberry and cherry on the nose and palate, joined in the mouth... Read more

Usually a blueberry and blue plum component mingles with red and black cherry flavors in the Pinot noir from this vineyard. Ken has worked with thi... Read more

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Snooth User: nambake
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5.00 5
09/15/2008

Strong red. More blackberry than cherry. Not too sweet. Let it breath a bit. I find it works well at near room temperature. Excellent solid that holds it's own. One of my favorite wine. This Oregon pinot has really stuck with me and I stocked up on a few.


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Source: Morrell & Company
08/16/2008

Dark red. Deep, smoky nose shows more power than the Nysa and Canary Hills wines. Blackberry and cherry on the nose and palate, joined in the mouth by bitter chocolate and licorice nuances. Became sweeter and more red-fruity with air. Finishes chewy and persistent.


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
12/16/2008

Usually a blueberry and blue plum component mingles with red and black cherry flavors in the Pinot noir from this vineyard. Ken has worked with this wine for over 25 years, and always creates a dark, big wine that takes a year or two to fully open and show its excellence.


Winemaker's Notes:

The picture is of the 2005 but the wine is 2006."Dark red.Deep, smoky nose shows more power than the Nysa and Canary Hills wines.Blackberry and cherry on the nose and palate, joined in the mouth bybitter chocolate and licorice nuances. Became sweeter and morered-fruity with air. Finishes chewy and persistent, in need of somebottle aging. "90(+?) pointsBy Josh Raynolds, Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar, May/Jun 08

The picture is of the 2005 but the wine is 2006."Dark red.Deep, smoky nose shows more power than the Nysa and Canary Hills wines.Blackberry and cherry on the nose and palate, joined in the mouth bybitter chocolate and licorice nuances. Became sweeter and morered-fruity with air. Finishes chewy and persistent, in need of somebottle aging. "90(+?) pointsBy Josh Raynolds, Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar, May/Jun 08

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