Dropping perfection for a 2011 pinot with presence

11/19/2013 | Oregonian (Portland), The

The 2008 Willamette Valley pinot noir is "too perfect" to be exciting because it lacks tension and engaging acidity, writes Katherine Cole. The 2011 vintage may be a new favorite for those looking for something with more bite. In a recent e-mail newsletter, Amalie Robert Estate co-owner Dena Drews wrote that "2011 is turning into a 'dark horse' vintage."

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