Torii Mor Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
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The 2014 Torii Mor Willamette Valley Pinot Noir Black Label has rich aromas of fresh raspberries, sweet and plump dark cherries and fresh, delicate mushrooms. The flavors are fresh, rich and sweet. The entry is forward, sweet with a rich amount of sweet darker cherries, the mid palate carries on that velvet-fruity goodness to a long, enjoyable aftertaste of pure Oregon Pinot Noir. The mouthfeel is rich and voluptuous. The finish is very long, sweet, with the complexity of fruit and rich spices.
The grapes that comprise Torii Mor’s 2012 Oregon Pinot Noir come from 12 vineyards: Alloro, Aurora Colony, Bella Vida, DePonte, Evans, Holstein, La Colina, La Dolce Vita, Nysa, Olson, Winkler, Varga.
Harvested from September 16 to 29, the 2014 Willamette Valley Pinot noir was hand sorted, fermented with (almost) no whole clusters for 13 to 25 days, with 3 punch down a day, aged for 9 months in mostly French oak with some Hungarian oak; 22.60% new, 4.07% 1 year old, 16.03% 2 year old and the balance neutral. Clonal mix: Pommard 29.18%, Wadensvil 3.63%, Dijon 115 29.13%, Dijon 777 24.14%, Dijon 667 6.89%, Dijon 114 4.78%, the remaining 2.25% is made of Dijon 113, and Coury. The barrels were racked in May following Malo-Lactic fermentation and again in July when the blend was put together, then stored in tanks until bottling.
Pairs with Fruity Desserts