The Carlberg family has transformed its multi-generational Westwind Farm south of Oregon City into 20-year-old Satori Springs Vineyard, and educator-turned-winemaker Chris Carlberg uses 100 percent free-run juice for this crowd-pleasing Pinot Noir from the warmest vintage on record. There’s little sign of oak influence to this melange of five clones, allowing for a young and vibrant array of plum, pomegranate, blueberry and ground pepper aromas. Bing cherry pie crust and cranberry sauce arrive on the palate, along with orange oil and clove, making for a lengthy finish. And Christopher Bridge is a proud supporter of Doctors Without Borders.
Production: 200 cases
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