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Ken Wright Cellars Carter Vineyard Pinot Noir 2009

Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon
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Winemaker Notes

Fruit focused with moderate tannins and acidity. Displays flavors and aromas of blue fruits, including plum, blueberry, and black cherry.

Artwork shows typical profile of this basalt filled site.

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Wine Spectator

Velvety and generous, delivering a lithe mouthful of orange peel-scented raspberry and guava flavors that linger effortlessly against creamy, polished tannins. Drink now through 2019.

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Ken Wright Cellars

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Ken Wright Cellars, , Oregon
Ken Wright Cellars
Located in rural Carlton, Oregon, Ken Wright Cellars is devoted to showcasing the inherent quality of selected vineyard sites. With a clarity and breadth that is unequaled by other varieties, we believe Pinot noir best expresses the character of these sites. Rather than stamping wine with a varietal trademark, Pinot noir is the ultimate vehicle for conveying the aroma, flavor and texture of the location in which it is grown.

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