The Sharecropper's Pinot Noir of 2011 is aromatic with hints of black licorice, candied fruit, spiced hazelnut and rose petal. flavors of toasted baguette, black cherry, clove and cinnamon are elegantly balanced with the refreshing acidity on the palate.
At Owen Roe we are committed to practicing the highest standards of winemaking. Since our first vintage in 1999, our goal has been simple:...
At Owen Roe we are committed to practicing the highest standards of winemaking. Since our first vintage in 1999, our goal has been simple: to produce beautiful wines from superior sites in the Pacific Northwest, a place where the fruit ripens slowly and fully, resulting in excellent acidity and balance. All of our grapes are hand harvested, handled with minimal processing, small-lot fermented, and aged in French Oak barrels. Typically they are racked only once after malolactic fermentation. We employ as natural practices as possible in the vineyards.