Dick Shea's bottling from fruit located on the West Hill section of his famous Shea Vineyard. "This is a standout: made from a blend of Pommard selection and Dijon 115, the wine has an almost perfume-like, heady quality. The aromatics suggest violets, typical of wines, with a fruit profile in the blue/black range. The palate is juicy with nicely integrated tannins and a smooth finish. 17.5% whole cluster, 40% new French oak. Only 240 cases made." - Dick Shea
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This special bottling called Block #7 is made entirely of the Wädenswil clone of Pinot Noir. Only 246 cases were produced. "This wine has the earthy, savory characteristics typical of our Block 7 releases. The nose is more floral and the...
This Chardonnay has all the bright, crisp acidity one should expect from the varietal when grown in a cool climate of the Willamette Valley. Melon, lemongrass and pear aromatics lead beautifully into a palate of green apple and stone fruits....