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2006 Penner-Ash - Pinot Noir Willamette Valley Pinot Noir - USA - Oregon - Willamette Valley - Red

USA - Oregon - Willamette Valley

Red Pinot Noir
Score
90
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Drink Dates
Comm: 2009-2015 VF: 2009-2014
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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 138
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Source Vinfolio
Issue 133

With this vintage, Lynn Penner-Ash has finally allocated us more than a couple six packs. Produced at Penner-Ash's state-of-the-art gravity flow winery outside of Dundee. <br><br/> Offers a deep, ripe nose of cherry and assorted crushed dark fruits. The palate shows some vibrant acidity on the entry with clean cherry and blueberry flavors on the palate and smoothes out beautifully with air.

Author Michael S78
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.065%
Tasted On 10/21/2010

14.5% ABV. Opened and decanted for one hour. Initial nose of deep, dark, purple cherry and raspberry with some spicy earth and a bit of menthol. The palate follows the nose with big, robust raspberry and red tree fruits. The fruit is juicy and complimented by secondary flavors of sassafras, old earth and cooking spices that show from the midpalate through the finish. The entire palate is muted, however, by the high level of alcohol. The palate begins to express itself and then the alcohol kicks in and knocks the flavors down. A decent bottle of wine whose pedigree would have really shone had the alcohol been controlled.

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Author Southbound Union
Site / Blog www.myspace.com/southboundunion  Trust Rating 92.925%
Tasted On 08/26/2010

Really good as this seems to have benefittedf from another year in bot. Good QPR

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Author JRS
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 12/06/2009
Drink Dates 2009-2015

Purple with hints of garnet starting to seep in. Great nose. Blueberry, cherry, strawberry, rose, vanilla and clove. The taste is even better. Amazing clarity of fruit. When people talk about wines being integrated, this is what they mean. Perfect use of oak here. Only real negative is that in a blind tasting I might have called this a Russian River. Nonetheless, a great American pinot. I say drink now, but it will last.

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