From the Vineyards of Courting Hill, planted in 1983 with Pommard, Dijon 115, 667 and 777 clones, Mile Post 71 Pinot Noir is made by two dear friends who enjoy wine with a sense of place. One of their favorite locations is the Willamette Valley, Oregon.
There are lush red cherries and delicate baking spices on the nose, along with sneaky hints of lavender and honeysuckle. This is positively vibrant on the palate, bursting with freshness. The texture is supple with smooth tannins leading into the finish.