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Abbey Ridge Pinot Noir Dundee Hills 2019

America, Oregon

Farmed by my friend Bill Wayne and his family the Abbey Ridge Vineyard is one of the best Pinot Noir sites in the New World. I have worked with this vineyard since 1994 while working with John Paul at Cameron and then was fortunate to be offered a block of the Coury clone Pinot Noir in 2001. It makes beautiful wines every year however the 2019 is one my favorites.

Country America
Region Oregon
Appellation Dundee Hills
Winery J.C. Somers
Vintage 2019
Color Red
Varietal(s) Pinot Noir 100%
¥12,100  (incl. tax)

Farmed by my friend Bill Wayne and his family the Abbey Ridge Vineyard is one of the best Pinot Noir sites in the New World. I have worked with this vineyard since 1994 while working with John Paul at Cameron and then was fortunate to be offered a block of the Coury clone Pinot Noir in 2001. It makes beautiful wines every year however the 2019 is one my favorites.

Country America
Region Oregon
Appellation Dundee Hills
Winery J.C. Somers
Vintage 2019
Color Red
Varietal(s) Pinot Noir 100%
Data
Closure Natural Cork
Volume 750ml
Alcohol 13.0%
Product Code 2106219
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Winery Description

J.C. Somers is the collaboration between Jay Christopher Somers and his longtime part-ner and wife Ronda Newell-Somers. The label displays the New Moon which signifies a new phase in their winemaking adventures.

Owner and native Oregonian Jay Somers has been making wine in the Willamette Valley for more than 30 years, and established the J. Christopher brand in 1996. Working with great winemakers like his mentor John Paul of Cameron Winery and time spent at Ad-elsheim and Dry River in New Zealand Jay’s wines are hand-crafted in small lots and are sourced from some of the best vineyards in the Willamette Valley. The philosophy at J.C, Somers is to produce wines in an Old World style that emphasizes focus, length and Balance. As Jay puts it, “We do not make fruit bombs. We want wines that have a fine bal-ance of fruit, acidity and texture. We want wines that give you more than just a big mid-palate blast — wines that are complete.” The key to this, Jay firmly believes, is patient winemaking — it is vital not to rush things and allow the wines to develop naturally. The wines should evolve at their own pace, with a minimum of intervention. He is taking in-spiration from wines of the Old World and applying it to the terroir of the Willamette Val-ley. When Jay is not busy making wine he is usually playing guitar and composing new music for his band Portland Cement, check out their new album "The Road to El Groove" on your favorite steaming app.