2017 Hoy Vineyard Pinot Noir
This southwest-facing vineyard sits at an elevation of 470 feet in alluvial and rich volcanic soild of the Chehalem Mountains AVA. Aged in 13% new French oak, this delicate wine exhibits fresh aromas of blueberry and floral notes. The bright flavors are concentrated with notes of sweet red and dark fruits framed by a touch of earthiness. The sweet tannins of this wine linger from beginning to end, carrying an elegance throughout the finish. This wine is lovely now, but will benefit from 6-8 years of cellaring.