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Lady Hill Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2021

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Vintage:2021
Bottle Size:750 ml
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Lady Hill Pinot Noir Willamette Valley is made from 100 percent Pinot Noir. 

A combo of garnet to cardinal highlights the hues of this fruit forward Willamette Valley Pinot Noir. Subtle floral hints of tea leaf and rose petal give way to a complexity of viney, brambled red and black fruit, wet moss and baking spices. A hint of savory jerky barrel nuance and turned earth contrast the freshness and vibrancy of boysenberry fruit. The finish is refined and juicy, as the elegant tannin structure builds into a crescendo of salivating acids built for food. 

Pair with herb crusted pork loin, mushroom risotto drizzled with truffle oil, or a creamy textured Roucoulons cheese.





Winery: Lady Hill

Lady Hill is named for all the great women in the family, and it's history of female dominance. The family settled in Oregon Territory in 1850's as pioneers, most of the children born up to present day are females. Jerry and Elaine Owen have 9 children, 8 daughters and the last child is a son.

Responsibly managing and preserving the heritage and bounty of the Northwest is a foundation value for Lady Hill. As the fifth generation to farm my family’s lands, I am committed to working only with winegrowers who cherish and carefully cultivate their vineyards and the quality of their fruit. Lady Hill Winery is proud to partner with some of the Northwest’s most respected and pioneering growers.


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I loved the bouquet of the 2021 Pinot Noir Solomon Hills, a light ruby-hued effort with perfumed darker cherry, mulberry, leafy herb, and smoked earth nuances. It's medium-bodied, has a layered, seamless texture, integrated tannins, and a gorgeous finish. It's absolutely brilliant. Enjoy bottles over the coming decade or more.

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Review:

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 Wine Enthusiast: 94 95 Points
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