The Knudsen 2012 Pinot Noir (Dundee Hills) wine is of the Pinot Noir variety from the USA, produced within the nan vineyard in the Oregon province. The cost is $55. This wine has a score of 81/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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This is a fruity, light-bodied Riesling. It is light in the mouth, and a refreshing expression of the variety. The vanilla and sweet-pea flavors are just right for drinking now.
From a cool region in the north of the appellation, this is a fresh, fruity and lightly textured wine. It is a very bright wine, light and fresh with a light edge of orange peel. Drink now.
Light and elegant, this is a lightly textured wine, with its fresh acidity keeping its bright fruitiness in check. It has a tangy, floral character that’s both fresh and full of citrus. The aftertaste is crisp and clean.
This is a fruity wine, light and fruity. It is light, fresh and ready to drink. The red-fruit and tannins give a crisp edge, giving the wine a bright aftertaste. Drink now.
The Roederer is a ros from the farm of the same name. It offers a complex interpretation of the grape, offering a range of aromas, from crushed crushed blue flower and exotic fruit to a balsamic note. The dry core of the wine is cut through with a light touch of acidity to give it a fresh aftertaste.
This wine has a dry core and toasty, savory, perfumed fruit that has a warm profile. It is juicy with acidity and juicy, with a tight, generous texture. Drink now.
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