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Ken Wright Cellars Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2020

America, Oregon
Best-seller

The Ken Wright Cellars Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is a representation of many of our single vineyard Pinot noir sites in one bottle. This new
vintage boasts true Oregon elegance. A balanced purity of black cherry, red plum and cranberry are enveloped by hints of gingercake, orange zest and cedar.

Country America
Region Oregon
Appellation Willamette Valley
Winery Ken Wright Cellars
Vintage 2020
Color Red
Varietal(s) 100% Pinot Noir
¥5,060  (incl. tax)

The Ken Wright Cellars Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is a representation of many of our single vineyard Pinot noir sites in one bottle. This new
vintage boasts true Oregon elegance. A balanced purity of black cherry, red plum and cranberry are enveloped by hints of gingercake, orange zest and cedar.

Country America
Region Oregon
Appellation Willamette Valley
Winery Ken Wright Cellars
Vintage 2020
Color Red
Varietal(s) 100% Pinot Noir
Data
Closure Synthetic Cork
Volume 750ml
Alcohol 13.2%
Product Code 2076620
UPC 6-41919-00048-6
Winery

Winery Description

Located in rural Carlton, Oregon, Ken Wright Cellars is devoted to single vineyard Pinot Noir that showcase the terroir of some of the Willamette Valley's top vineyards. Assiduous attention is paid to optimal site selection and vineyard health. Source is everything. When you work with great sites, great things can happen. These great things cannot happen without a commitment by the Vineyard owner to the health of the vineyard and extremely low crop levels that ensure intensity of aroma, flavor and texture. Certain things in this world are better left alone. Minimal handling of the wine is essential to preserve what it is, a gift of nature. This winemaking philosophy defines Ken Wright Cellars. Ken Wright is very active in local charities and was instrumental in organizing the six new American Viticultural Areas that define the Northern Willamette Valley. Ken wrote the proposition for the Yamhill-Carlton AVA and served as the association's first President.