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2009 Chehalem Stoller Pinot Noir
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- ABV 14.2%
- Closure: Stelvin
Chehalem (Chuh-hay-lum) is a local American Indian word best translated as "gentle land" or "valley of flowers," which captures a long-standing, almost religious reverence for the land. This wine comes from the Stoller vineyard, a south-sloping vineyard with commanding views of the surrounding Red Hills of Dundee. Rich soils and favourable aspect lend weight and power to this wine, while maintaining the spice and elegance Chehalem are known for.
Light and juicy, this is bright with plum and currant fruit playing against refined tannins and fragile acidity, lingering on the transparent finish. This has all the elements, just needs cellaring. Drink now through 2017. 464 cases made
Harvey Steiman - Wine Spectator
Deep, bright red. Blackberry, cola, violet and mocha on the nose, with complicating notes of Asian spices and musky herbs. Fleshy and penetrating on the palate, offering sweet red and dark berry flavors braced by gentle acidity. The dark berry note recurs on the long, sappy finish, which features a sexy floral quality. Delicious right now.
Josh Raynolds - Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar