Besides politics this holiday season, the next most talked about topic at your dinner table will be Oregon's Ayres Ribbon Ridge Pinot Noir.
"Please pass the Pinot!" will be repeated over and over again!
With only 100 cases produced, Ayres "Lewis Rodgers Lane" is a single-vineyard, estate grown Pinot Noir that rarely makes its way out of Oregon.
From the exclusive Ribbon Ridge, A.V.A, the grapes are organically grown with non-interventionist farming.
"The estate fruit is flat-out lovely, with pitch-perfect ripeness. Bursting with cherries and finished with barrel flavors that wrap the fruit in mocha, the aromatics also bring a whiff of leaf and earth. The balance and complexity are exceptional." Wine Enthusiast
For years, locals and nearby restaurants have snatched-up any and all of the 100 case annual production. With a goal of opening this beauty to a broader market, the wine has been made available in limited quantities.
Don't miss this delicious Pinot Noir just in time for Thanksgiving.
Turkey, stuffing, and cranberry just got better!