Tasting 2008 Oregon Pinot Noir

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The 2008 vintage for Oregon Pinot Noir may be the greatest this decade and some have claimed it the best vintage in Oregon’s modern winegrowing history. I know you have heard this type of vintage hype many times before, but 2008 is the bomb in Oregon! The wines possess perfect balance with moderate alcohols and acidity harmonizing with ripe tannins and bright fruit. They are generally restrained at present, will need another few years in bottle to really shine, and many will easily last 15 years.

Join the Grape Radio crew as they taste 5 top 2008 Oregon Pinot Noirs: Willamette Valleys Vineyards Estate, Lange Estate Winery & Vineyards Estate, Lenne Estate Estate, Shea Wine Cellars Estate, and Privé Vineyard le sud Estate.

The program includes 16 questions on Oregon Pinot Noir. Test your Noiregon IQ!

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2 Responses to “Tasting 2008 Oregon Pinot Noir”


  1. 1 Wine2Three Nov 22nd, 2010 at 9:15 pm

    Enjoyed this podcast as well! First & most valuable lesson learned: the proper pronunciation of Willamette! :)

  1. 1 Tasting 2008 Oregon Pinot Noir « olvidesretere pingback on Apr 18th, 2012 at 10:23 pm

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