This fragrant, lush Pinot noir is bursting with blackberry aromas, toasted walnuts, and sandalwood. The palate has depth and richness wrapped in a velvety mouth feel. This wine will reward patience, aging beautifully over the next five-to-seven years or more.
“The idea that we would plant a grape variety that no one knew well in a place that nobody had ever heard of was not only remarkably naïve, it was a remarkable leap of faith.” - David Adelsheim, Founder
Adelsheim (pronounced Addels-Heim) was founded in 1971 by David and Ginny Adelsheim with one pursuit: to create world-class wines in the undiscovered wine region that would later become Chehalem Mountains AVA, a venerable subregion of Oregon's famous Willamette Valley. One of the original, most influential, and most important producers of the region, Adelsheim has a long track record of producing some of the finest Burgundian-style Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays produced domestically. We're very proud to add some of their most exclusive wines to our portfolio.More from this winery
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SO amazing! Very smooth and easy to drink.
Not much of a nose and followed up with bland flavor. Was shocked how this wine had nothing going on. Expected much more from Adelsheim
was fine, but in general i'm not a fan of pinos