Sitting at 800 feet elevation and planted in 1972, Olsen Vineyard is heralded as one of the oldest vineyard sites in the Willamette Valley. A partnership between Torii Mor and Bottles, this bottling utilizes fruit sourced from the oldest part of the vineyard to create the most elegant and magical expression of Pinot Noir coming from Oregon today. This is a limited release with only 50 cases produced and is encouraged to be enjoyed with the best of company. Regularly, $51.99, we are offering this bottle for $39.99 for a limited time.
Tasting notes: “…displaying concentrated dark floral notes (violets-roses-lilacs) and ripe dark cherry-blueberry fruit, over a background of dusty earth-cocoa notes. The flavors are just as rich, deep and sweet with bright acidity, leading to juicy red and dark cherries framed by a light fresh vanilla component. The texture is rich, concentrated and full with rich sweet tannins that bring volume and weightless structure to this elegant wine. The finish is long and juicy, with ripe, mostly black fruits supported by the rich velvety tannins and oak toast. This wine will benefit from bottle age, and can be enjoyed now without decanting.”