Following a rainy Spring, 2013 Hunters Reserve is a classic Oregon Pinot Noir: lighter, with a fruity nose. Pairs well with pork, seared salmon, tuna as well as dishes that include cherries or figs. Perfect for barbecues.
How customers are describing the wine: "incredible, fragrant nose", "smooth", "soft", "fantastic"
Barrel - aged for 19 months
Hand - bottled
Hand - labeled with white oak
168 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: Second half of September 2013
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*