Utopia 2017 Estate Pinot Noir

Utopia 2017 Estate Pinot Noir

Utopia 2017 Pinot Noir

Utopia 2017 Estate Pinot Noir

The Utopia 2017 Estate Pinot Noir showcases maximum clonal diversity, resulting in a complex and elegant wine. With its beautiful aromas and flavors of ripe cherry, berry fruits, rose petal, and spice, this Pinot Noir is polished and textured, boasting vibrant acidity and a juicy mid-palate. I found this vintage to be exceptionally smooth and enjoyable.

Tasting Notes

On the Nose: A captivating blend of dark cherries, plums, spices, and earthy forest floor aromas.

On the Palate: Layers of ripe red berries, such as cherries and raspberries, are complemented by subtle earthy undertones. A medium body and soft, well-integrated tannins contribute to a refined and lingering finish.

Pairing Suggestions


The Utopia 2017 Estate Pinot Noir is a versatile choice for various dishes. Pair it with light meat dishes like roasted chicken, duck, or pork, as well as fatty fish like salmon or tuna. This wine also pairs exceptionally well with mushroom-based dishes, filet mignon, soft cheeses, and light pastas.

Closing Notes

Utopia Vineyard and Winery continues to impress as a family-owned gem specializing in small-lot, handcrafted Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines from the Ribbon Ridge AVA in Oregon’s Northern Willamette Valley. Founder Dan Warnshuis’ dedication to winemaking is evident in this exceptional vintage, characterized by its smooth taste and lingering finish.

Structure Breakdown Utopia 2017 Estate Pinot Noir

* Acidity: Medium-high

* Body: Medium

* Tannins: Soft, well-integrated

* Region: Ribbon Ridge AVA, Willamette Valley, Oregon

* Varietal Composition: Pinot Noir

* ABV: 14.1%

Vino-Rater Score: 93

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Overall Rating

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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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