Argyle Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2010 (12 x 750mL), Oregon, USA.

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Argyle Willamette Valley Pinot Noir spends 8 to 9 months maturing in French oak barrels. Described as a plenary of pure Pinot Noir portrayal by Winemaker Rollin Soles.

USA - Oregon
United States

Expert Reviews

"Light in color and texture, this Pinot displays pretty watermelon and cherry flavors that ride smoothly over velvety tannins, hinting at mint as this lingers enticingly. Drink now through 2016." Rating 90 - Harvey Steiman, Wine Spectator

Winery Tasting Notes

Imagine a walk down a Pacific Northwest forest trail in September, the warm, dry smell of first and sunshine with ripe blackberries hanging off the vines and the cool trickle of a babbling brook over wet stones.

That sums up the 2010 Argyle Willamette Valley Pinot Noir. This Pinot Noir has a surprising amount going on in the glass—from up front fruit to earthy complexity and spice nuances. Enjoy this taste of the Willamette Valley on the patio or on the forest trail.

USA - Oregon
Grape Style
Pinot Noir
Closure Type
Cork closure

Winery Profile

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Prospecting the new world’s coolest latitudes Brian Croser and Rollin Soles staked a claim in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, a place ideal for late season ripened Pinot Noir fruit. Since 1987 Argyle has produced world class wines from low yielding vines on winery farmed hillside slopes.

The varying elevation of the vineyards allows the fruit to be picked progressively from lower to higher elevations as they reach their peak ripeness. Argyle farms three vineyards: Knudsen Vineyard, Stoller Vineyard and Lone Star Vineyard in the Dundee and Eola Hills in Willamette Valley, Oregon USA.

Texas native Rollin Soles has caused a positive stir amongst US wine critics and consumers alike since co-founding Argyle Winery in 1987. His reputation as one of America’s most talented winemakers continues to grow.

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