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We’re again with a recent take a look at Bryn Mawr’s Willamette Valley-based pinot noir, grown on the vineyard’s property within the Eola-Amity Hills area.
It’s one thing of a bruiser for the model, a bit greater than the 2018 release we reviewed in January in each method. Weighty notes of turned earth and a few oxidized fruit give this wine gravitas from the beginning, although basic parts of cherry, tea leaf, and cola emerge shortly to pinch its cheeks and perk it up a bit. The wine nonetheless feels underdeveloped and scattered right now, its flavors but to harmonize utterly, although I feel a yr or two in cellar can be useful in that effort. If consuming right now, it’s undoubtedly greatest when paired with meals.
B+ / $30 / brynmawrvineyards.com