2013 Penner-Ash, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley

Press and Tasting Notes

A stunning blend of some of the finest vineyards in all of Oregon. For Pinot fans, this particular vintage consists of stellar sources that should ring a bell: Shea, Dussin, Wonderlea, Ana, and Revana to name just a few. Red raspberry, baking spice and sweet dried fruit aromas compliment a vibrant palate of red cherry, chocolate and cinnamon. A ... Read More »

A Merchant's Pick


Featured February 29, 2016

THE REVIEW

And the award for this year's Oscar goes to.....Penner-Ash!
    Penner-Ash's Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is a stunning red from an equally stunning vintage. Just as Picasso didn't paint in one color, Penner-Ash believes in combining a kaleidoscope of first class Pinot to showcase the nuances of this grape.
    This wine is a virtual who's who of the most sought after Pinot Noir fruit sourced from the Willamette Valley. You won't find a more complex Pinot with such a pedigree for the money.
    Each Pinot site is carefully chosen for this wonderful bottling. Together, the varying micro-climates work in symphony to provide incredible nuance and harmony. Specfically, this bottling includes: Penner-Ash Estate, Palmer Creek, Shea, Aegrina, Wapato Ridge, Nicholas, Olenik, Bramble Hill, Bella Vida, Élevée, Fennwood, Hyland, Sufi, Lillie’s, Willakia, and Zena Crown.
    Quite special on their own, this particular Penner-Ash contains the best elements of a dozen vineyards and several sub-appellations all within the Willamette Valley.
    This delicious Pinot can be enjoyed now and over the next five years. It is an ideal pairing with grilled salmon, sushi, lean meats and grilled fare. Enjoy! Read More »

Region

Oregon

Oregon is recognized as one of the premier wine growing regions in the world.  It is best known for its world-class Pinot Noir, grown predominantly in the Willamette Valley.  There, Pinot Noir tends to take a bit of Burgundy's and California's best attributes:  a bit of the dry, mineral ... Read More »

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