Lange Pinot Noir Reserve 2005
Winemakers Don Lange and Jesse Lange specially select the barrels for this never-before-bottled blend from the vineyards of the Eola Hills AVA in Oregon. An outstanding representation of what the appellation and the vintage had to offer, the Eola Reserve is sourced primarily from the renowned Temperance Hill vineyard near Salem. With an intense garnet hue and long, lush finish, every component of this top-tier wine is beautifully integrated. A seductive nose displays hints of black plum, coffee and chocolate while the palate shows darker fruit characteristics of raspberry, currant, and black cherry. Indicative of the 2005 vintage, the Eola Reserve has ample weight in the mid-palate and a succulent finish laced with slate and earth. It’s guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser.
Food Pairings for Lange Pinot Noir Reserve
500 cases produced.
Notes: Approximately 20% new French oak.
|Total Acidity: 0.57 grams per liter|
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