Evolution Pinot Noir 2019

SOKOL BLOSSER

Evolution Pinot Noir
2019

$32.99*

* Suggested retail price

15 case(s) available

Product code
32983
Format
12 x 750ml
Listing type
SLGA
Status
Available
Product type
Still wine
Country
United States
Regulated designation
American Viticultural Areas (AVA)
Region
Oregon
Subregion
Willamette Valley
Varietal(s)
Pinot Noir 100 %
Color
Red
Sugar
Dry
Closure type
Cork
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About this winery

Sokol Blosser is one of the pioneering estates of the Oregon state wine industry. In 1971 when Bill Blosser and Susan Sokol Blosser began converting an old prune orchard into a vineyard they became one of five bonded wineries in the region. In the ensuing decades Oregon’s wine industry has grown (today there are over 500 wineries), changed and blossomed with Sokol Blosser at the forefront. Leading by example in their quest to produce exceptional wines while also promoting social and...

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Winemaking notes

The grapes for this wine hailed from several vineyard sources around the Willamette Valley, including some estate fruit. The grapes were fermented to dryness at 5.5 g/L, the wine was pressed off the skins, and finally put down for a brief nap in stainless steel with a touch of oak influence.

Tasting notes

This wine is packed with bright red fruit flavours, heaps of jammyness, a dash of cherry pie, and a hint of toasty oak on the finish. A foodies delight, this wine pairs with darn near everything!

Press reviews

James Suckling

- 92 points -

August 2021

Aromas of cherries, berries, fresh flowers, mushrooms and sweet spices. Medium-bodied with plush tannins and fresh acidity. Wonderfully juicy, fresh and transparent.

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 Wine Enthusiast

- 90 points -

October 2021

A classy new label design marks the continuing evolution of Evolution Pinot Noir. Fruit driven, loosely knit and full of ripe, juicy blackberry flavors, this affordable and accessible wine is a nice mix of estate and purchased Willamette Valley grapes. It's the sort of all-purpose, no frills Pinot Noir that's tough to find at this price. Nothing fancy, totally honest and thoroughly drinkable.

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