The Soléna 2014 Hyland Vineyard Pinot Noir (McMinnville) wine is of the Pinot Noir variety from the USA, produced within the Hyland Vineyard vineyard in the Oregon province. The cost is $55. This wine has a score of 93/100 (an outstanding score).
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This is a crisp, fresh and fruity wine from the northern reaches of the appellation. It has a tight texture, light acidity and a crisp aftertaste. It is ready to drink now.
This is a fruity and light red wine from a cool vintage. It is made to be drunk young, before the crispness of the vintage has faded. The red currant and raspberry fruits are all there, making for a fruity aftertaste. Drink now.
The key to the wine’s success is its longevity. The elegant, powerful red rose, incense and chocolaty aromas are followed by a ripe and juicy palate that’s primed for aging. The juice of red-berry fruits, black cherries and mocha is layered with charcoal and charcoal. This medium-bodied wine is muscular and still firm, so enjoy through 2020.
This aromatic, citrus- and white-flower-flavored wine is loaded with notes of dried figs, honeysuckle and a flinty mineral texture. It is clean and fresh, with a core of acidity. The aftertaste is light and fresh, the fruit fresh and the acidity bright.
Fruity, fresh and crisp, this is a concentrated wine. It has a lively character that is full of red fruits. It is full of acidity and will be ready to drink from 2016.
This is a tightly structured wine. It is redolent of garrigue and a tight edge of acidity. This is a spicy, savory wine that needs time to develop. Drink from 2018.
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