Wine Advocate | Rating: 90Pale to medium ruby-purple, the 2012 Monogram Pinot Noir has a sauteed herb-laced nose with black cherry cordial, blackberry preserves and dark chocolate notes plus hints of tilled loam, chargrill, licorice and cedar. Full-bodied, big, rich, dense and dark-fruited, there is notable oak poking through on the palate, with crisp acid and chewy tannins, finishing long and a little angular. If the oak and structure come together with the fruit, this has the potential to be even better.Author: Lisa Perrotti-Brown
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Oregon has seen a huge boom in wine production in recent decades, as has the entire Pacific Northwest region. Once known for small wineries nestled amongst farmland, the Oregon wine industry has been the recipient of a huge capital influx, which has opened up new vine-growing territory and built numerous large-production brands. Although best known for from the , which sits at the same latitude as , the state continues to build a reputation for Rhône and white varieties as well.
Collector Data For This Wine
- 10 bottles owned
- 2 collectors