With just 444 cases produced, this wine may not be around long and it's one that Ovum thinks might be their best...ever. Alluvial galet soils at an elevation of 1,500 feet give this wine undeniable tension with a flinty, quince-like finish.
Since 2011, husband and wife duo John and Ksenija Kostic House have worked with the likes of riesling, gewürztraminer, and muscat, setting out to celebrate Oregon's vibrant terroir and push past the limits of what American white wines were thought to be. This year, by way of EZY TGR, they added a Pinot Noir to their offerings in an effort to make sure that consumers could still enjoy "Reserve" level Pinot at a House-wine price...pun intended.Learn More
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