The Drouhin Oregon Roserock 2014 Zéphirine Pinot Noir (Eola-Amity Hills) wine is of the Pinot Noir variety from the USA, produced within the Zéphirine vineyard in the Oregon province. The cost is $60. This wine has a score of 88/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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This is a ripe, fruity wine. It has bright red berries that are already balanced by the acidity that gives it a tangy, clean aftertaste. Drink this fruity wine from 2017.
by Dereck Gump, Ph.D., of the Davidson Family wine range, is a luxurious and elegant expression of the variety, this offering from the award-winning vineyard. The fruit is concentrated and intense, the texture is smooth with acidity and the wine is still young. It needs time to open up, so drink from 2024.
The fruit of this vineyard is acutely attuned to the wood. There is a power and elegance to the fruit, with an intense, intense core of wood. The wood is the core of the wine, with the fruit accessible now, fresh and full of potential. With its tannins, beauty and power, it is ready to drink; drink from 2024.
With its robust, spicy, dark fruit core and lush, packed tannins, this is a ripe wine with a long life ahead. It is a dense, powerful wine, with a complex structure and a lot of potential. The wood aging, as well as the ripe black fruits, are already integrated, but the wood still needs time to soften the fruitiness. Drink from 2024.
The wine is soft and rounded. It has weight, red currant and spice flavors, and a smooth texture that is balanced by acidity. It is ready to drink.
There is a lot of intense green fruit and citrus fruit in this wine, but it is also rich, chewy and spicy. The aftertaste brings out a ripe red-fruit character. The acidity is essential for the wine to remain fresh.
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