2012 EXPRESSION 44° “ROSEROCK VINEYARD” PINOT NOIR, WILLAMETTE VALLEY
An historic and profound vintage, 2012 tied with the 2008 for Oregon’s highest rated vintage ever, earning 97 Points… The Wine Spectator notes 2012 was a vintage where “Ideal conditions produced generous wines; not over the top”
Expression’s awe-inspiring single vineyard Pinot “Roserock” from Oregon’s Willamette Valley scored 93 Points in the Wine Spectator. To put this score into perspective, they outscored many of Oregon’s iconic 2012 Pinots, including, Beaux Freres Willamette Valley ($60, 89 pts), Penner-Ash Willamette Valley ($48, 89 pts) Antica Terra Ceras ($75, 88 pts), Adelsheim’s Elizabeth’s Reserve, ($55, 89 points), Archery Summit Premier Cuvee ($49, 89 pts)…
Expression enlisted the talents of veteran winemaker Patrick Mahaney who has over 30 years of vineyard and winemaking history, including 24 years at Robert Mondavi Winery. Sourced from a ridge-top vineyard in Oregon’s renowned Eola-Amity Hills, the shallow, well-drained volcanic soils make this the perfect spot to grow world-class Pinot Noir… Just 15 barrels total, produced.
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