Trisaetum 2017 Family Reserve Pinot Noir

Trisaetum 2017 Family Reserve Pinot Noir

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Trisaetum 2017 Family Reserve Pinot Noir

Trisaetum 2017 Family Reserve Pinot Noir showcases the exquisite potential of the Willamette Valley terroir. Crafted from carefully selected estate vineyards, this Pinot Noir exemplifies the winery’s dedication to producing top-quality wines with depth and elegance.17

Tasting Notes

On the Nose: A seductive bouquet of ripe red cherries, juicy blueberries, and subtle earthy undertones, creating an inviting and complex aromatic experience.

On the Palate:  A seamless harmony of flavors mirroring the nose, with juicy cherries and succulent blueberries taking center stage. The smooth and velvety mouthfeel is supported by well-integrated tannins, leading to a graceful finish.

Pairing Suggestions

The Trisaetum 2017 Family Reserve Pinot Noir is a versatile companion to various dishes. Consider pairing it with light meat dishes such as roasted chicken, duck, or pork, as well as fatty fish like salmon or tuna. It also complements mushroom-based dishes, soft cheeses, and herb-infused creations.

Closing Notes

A visit to Trisaetum Winery in the Willamette Valley is a testament to their commitment to crafting exceptional wines. The 2017 Family Reserve Pinot Noir is a prime example of their winemaking prowess, boasting a perfect balance of fruit, spice, and earthy elements. With a Vino-Rater Score of 94 and its aging potential, this wine is a remarkable expression of Oregon’s premier wine region.

Structure Breakdown Trisaetum 2017 Family Reserve Pinot Noir

* Acidity: Medium-high

* Body: Medium

* Tannins: Soft, well-integrated

* Region: Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon

* Varietal Composition: Pinot Noir

* ABV: 13.6%

 Vino-Rater Score: 94

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95 – 100 Points: Memorable and world-class, these wines leave you in awe from the very first sip.

90-94 Points: Outstanding and enticing, these wines invite you to savor every glass.

85-89 points: Wines that are good but missing something.

80-84 points: Average wines that leave room for improvement in today’s competitive market.

75-79: Life’s too short

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