The culmination of a warm, Oregon summer, 2012 Hunters Reserve Pinot Noir is rich, full-bodied with undertones of black cherries and light tannins. It pairs well with lamb, steak, venison, glazed ham, roast turkey as well as Brie and similar cheeses.
How customers are describing the wine: "It makes an impression!", "bold, pronounced", "pleasant, easy to drink", "good flavor with a clean finish", "rich and hearty", "Goes well with anything, with or without food!"
Barrel - aged for 20 months
Hand - bottled
Hand - labeled with white oak
100 cases produced
Name: Madrona Hill Vineyard
American Viticultural Area: Chehalem Mountain
Elevation: 450 - 600 ft.
Type of soil: Laurelwood soils
Varieties: 100% Pinot Noir
Trellis system: Vertical Shoot Positioned
Harvest date: October 9th
Harvest technique: Hand harvested.
Agricultural technique: LIVE certified sustainable. LIVE is a comprehensive set of rigorously applied, science-based standards and procedures that ensure wine grape farming (viticulture) is sustainable and have as minimal an environmental impact as possible.
*Currently shipping to Oregon and Washington only*