2014 J. Wrigley Vineyard Proposal Block Pinot noir

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2014 J. Wrigley Vineyard Proposal Block Pinot noir

2014 J. Wrigley Vineyard Proposal Block Pinot noir

J. Wrigley Vineyard
McMinnville AVA
Willamette Valley

This Pinot comes from the Proposal Block of the J. Wrigley Vineyard, named to commemorate the location that owner John Wrigley proposed to wife Jody. As you can imagine, any time a winemaker names something that reminds him of his wife, it’s bound to be extra special and filled with sentiment. This wine was made with love that you can taste with every sip!

After spending a full two years in French oak barrels, John created a wine that will age beautifully for years to come. At present, this Pinot is structured with notes of black cherries, cedar, bay leaf and mocha with a big tannic finish of chocolate covered cherries. Wow! Without being sweet, it’s practically dessert in a glass. The Winerabblers would suggest decanting this wine for a bit if you plan to drink now or cellaring it to enjoy in the future.

Friends of the Winerabblers were married there– just look at that view!

J. Wrigley Vineyards view

SRP $55.


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  1. Erin @ Platings and Pairings Reply

    This sounds like a fantastic Pinot and I love the story behind it. Can’t wait to give it a sip!

    • Michele Francisco
      Michele Francisco Reply

      So sweet, huh? It’s a lovely bottle of wine, perfect for sharing with someone you love.

  2. Melissa Reply

    What a beautiful spot! 🙂

    • Michele Francisco
      Michele Francisco Reply

      It truly is Melissa!

  3. Catherine @ Ten Thousand Hour Mama Reply

    That is so romantic! I bet the wine tastes even more special when you know its sweet history.

    • Michele Francisco
      Michele Francisco Reply

      Catherine- you are sooo right, it most definitely does!

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