Boedecker Cellars Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2015
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Of COURSE we planned something planet-shaking, you know how we roll!!! Been waiting to unleash this gorgeous bottle for weeks!! PINOT NOIR LOVERS, bargain-hunters, savvy case buyers, you are ALL covered with our undeniably irresistible hella-mega deal today (nearly 60% OFF!), oh yes.
Now, we bought every bottle we could, but DO WHAT YOU MUST to snag this quick --- Boedecker’s pinots are hot property for savvy Willamette fans, so seeing a skin-tinglingly, thrillingly uber-deal like this is going to send vast throngs to the website. WE. ARE. READY. First come, first served…!
What’s it LIKE!? Oh, well, let us regale you: a raspberry wonderland. The nose is crazy-raspberry-perfumey, almost liqueur-like, with sweet lavender highs, a bit of licorice maybe..or is it clove? Cinnamon? All this rushes onto the palate (bigger and more mouthcoating than you might expect for OR pinot, we’re LIKIN’ IT!!) with dried cherries, light baking spice and a round, super-silky, long, flowing, lush, feathery finish. INSANITY for $12. TWELVE!! It’s silly just WRITING that!!
** Seriously -- one of the most crushingly overdelivering pinots in some time --- happy Monday! While it lasts…!
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- Appellation: Willamette Valley, Oregon
- Varietal: Pinot Noir
- Vineyard: Cherry Grove Vineyard, Finnigan Hill Vineyard, Hirschy Vineyard, Roshni Vineyard, and Stoller Vineyard
- Aging/Cooperage: Fermented in 1.5 ton fermenters, 30% whole cluster, and uninoculated primary and malolactic fermentation. 5-7 day cold soak, 10-15 day primary ferment, 2-5 day post-ferment. Aged on the lees in mostly neutral oak barrels for 10 months.
- Harvest Date: Sep 9th - Oct 7th, 2015
- Alcohol: 13.3%
About The Producer
Stewart and Athena fell in love with Pinot noir while dating many, many years ago. They read, took courses, imbibed and interned until ultimately they founded Boedecker Cellars in 2003.After 5 years at crafting wines at Oregon’s first shared use winery, they built their urban winery in the heart of industrial Northwest Portland – just a stone’s throw from downtown and less than an hour from their vineyards. Dedicated to the winemaking, when you visit Boedecker Cellars today you will likely encounter Stewart and Athena in the cellar tasting through barrels and tending their wines.
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