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Petites Secondes Pinot Noir Willamette 750ml

Willamette Valley, OR- Produced by the Drouhin Family, pioneers in Willamette Valley. Blackberry and plum aromas jump out of the glass, followed by flavors of rich blackberry, raspberry and blueberry notes. This Pinot Noir is sure to be a favorite!

COUNTRY / STATE
WINE TYPE
VARIETAL
STYLE
Elegant
ABV
14.1%
TASTE
Dark Berry, Blueberry
BODY
Medium-bodied
SKU
187727750-1

Petites Secondes Pinot Noir Willamette 750ml

$34.99
Mix 6 for $31.49 each
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Sacramento (Arden)
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OVERVIEW

The Drouhin family has been growing and producing Burgundian Pinot Noir for more than 140 years—the name is synonymous with both respect for the land and the highest quality wines.

Véronique is the fourth generation of winemakers from the revered Drouhin wine family of France. But since 1988, she’s been pouring her skills and passion into creating every drop of some of the most sublime Pinot Noir produced in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. And anywhere.

Oregon wines are a modern-day success story. Winemakers there began experimenting with fine-wine grape varietals just 50 years ago, and today, Oregon wine is recognized for its exceptional quality by wine lovers and experts around the world. The state has become a magnet for small-scale, family-run wineries that focus on quality and sustainability.

Often compared to France’s Burgundy region, Oregon wine country has proved well suited to growing Burgundy’s mainstay grapes – Pinot Noir and Chardonnay – as well as the cool-climate grapes grown in France’s Alsace region, particularly Pinot Gris.

Most of the grapes for Oregon wine grow about 60 miles inland from the Pacific coast, between two protecting mountain ranges: the grand volcanic range of the Cascades to the east, and the more modest and forested Coast Range on the west side. The Coast Range provides some cover from coastal winds and rain, and helps keep temperatures in a moderate range.