2019 White Pinot Noir Magnum

Unlike old-fashioned rosés, this delicious wine is made from extracting small amounts of color from perfectly ripe Pinot Noir grapes. While it is traditionally enjoyed between Valentine's Day and Labor Day, we won't judge if you drink it all year long!

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SKU: 2019 White Pinot Noir Magnum
Wine Specs
White Pinot Noir
Chehalem Mountains
Alcohol %
Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Strawberry, Orange Peel, Green Mango
Vineyard Notes
Planted in 1991, the 50-acre Hawks View Vineyard offers the ideal growing conditions for Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. The eastern-facing slope and Laurelwood soils, combined with dry farming and hand harvesting, allow for wines of great character and distinction.
Winemaker Notes
"The green strawberry and pie cherry aromas are the centerpieces here. However, the pretty red fruit aromas of the reserve Pinot Noir blocks of the vintage are present as well. In the mouth, a bright acid backbone is prominent but echos the fresh fruit aromas. The wine is so bright and refreshing, it is perfect to enjoy anytime, anywhere. I've noticed that this wine cuts through the fatty complexity of our charcuterie board at the winery. I would suggest a similar pairing since cheese, dried fruit, and salumi are some of this wine's best friends." - Winemaker, Don Crank III
Food Pairing Notes
Cheese, dried fruit, and salami.
96 Cases

Vintage Notes

The 2019 season began with a winter that was cold and wet, but was followed by a warm spring. Near record precipitation amounts during late June and early July brought increased disease pressure to the estate vineyard. The 2019 harvest will be mostly remembered for the early rains in September and rapid cool down into October which attempted to force winemakers’ hands across the Willamette Valley. Degree-day totals were marked by the lowest heat accumulation experienced in September and October since 2007. While waiting for flavors to set, higher humidity caused some damage in the Pinot noir blocks. Suspect bunches were meticulously culled with several passes in the field dropping fruit and long hours were spent on the sorting table making sure only the best fruit made it to tank. In the end, all of the hard work proved worthwhile as the wines show classic Oregon Pinot Noir flavors of hibiscus and dusty cherry, but with exceptional length and elegant textures. The first vintage of Chardonnay to be harvested from the estate vineyard was bright, lean and fruity. However, there were a few barrels of the clone 76 had truly exceptional qualities, enough to mark them as our first ever Reserve bottling of Chardonnay. Our first vintage of Syrah harvested from Cockburn vineyard on the Oregon side of the Walla Walla AVA was allowed to hang a bit longer than their previous vintages as the area had a dry but cooler harvest conditions. This beautiful Syrah fruit has made an amazing barrel aged wine