Winery Notes: “Showcasing aromas of raspberry, cranberry, salmonberry and wet stone; this refreshing wine offers a perky acidity, crisp tannins, and a smooth finish.”
What does it mean when a wine that we can offer for $17 earns Double Gold in the $24-$27.99 Pinot Noir Category at The San Francisco Chronicle Competition, which is the largest competition of American wines in the world? In short, it means make some room in the cellar, because a Double Gold is equivalent to a unanimous rating by all of the judges. All wines at the SF Chronicle competition are tasted blind, and wines that earn a gold medal are then tasted again the next day… A wine that receives a gold medal from EVERY judge is awarded a Double Gold… When a $17 bottle defeats all of the other wines in a category filled with Pinots in the mid twenties, it gets my attention. When our panel tasted the 2014 Iris Pinot Noir we unanimously agreed that it was special and we couldn’t wait to share it with you.
Emerging from one of Oregon’s greatest vintages, rivaling the historic 2008 and 2012 vintages, the 2014’s offer the best of both years. The 2014 Iris Pinot Noir is brimming with concentrated red berries, liquid floral, sassafras and wild plum. This Pinot was brought to life by talented Pinot artist Aaron Lieberman-who has over a decade of experience in Oregon winemaking at notables such as Owen Roe and Isabelle Dutartre. At $17/btl, this wine will make any Pinot lover smile.
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