Lange Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2008
Our Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is an assemblage of all our North Willamette vineyard sites, delivering a true reflection of the finest viticultural practices and dedicated winemaking. In our true “classique” style, this wine is approachable and fruit-forward upon release. It showcases a gregarious bouquet of huckleberry, dark rose petal, marjoram, and barrel spice, with appealing blueberry compote, mixed bramble fruit, candied cherry, and vanilla flavors. With an expansive and broad mid-palate of complex fruit and refined tannins, this wine owns the requisite structure to be lively and vivacious. Enjoy!
It's very approachable, delicious and doesn't have a pungent finsh. Extremely smooth and delectable. Highly recommended!
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Lange produces a wide range of Pinots, including an estate bottling, a reserve bottling and various single- vineyard cuvées. This is the most basic and affordable, and in the stellar 2008 vintage it offers a lot to admire. Ripe red berry and black plum fruit with lively acidity and supple tannins. Aged 10 months in French oak. Don't miss it.
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4650 cases produced.
Notes: 10-20% new French oak.
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