Snapshot
Vintage: 2014
Bottle sizes: 750 ML
Country: USA
Region: Oregon
Appellation: Dundee Hills
Wine type: Red
Varietals: Pinot Noir
Biodynamic: Certified
Vineyard: Nmae for David Lett's father Roland Green the 5 acres of Pinot were planted in 1988 to Pommard and Wadenswil clones. The vineyard sits at an elevation of 540-720 feet
Orientation: south
Soil: Shallow soild that consist of volcanic and basalt materials
Viticulture: Certified organic vineyards and practices
Vinification: De-stemmed and fermented using all natives yeasts in a combination of tank and barrel. minimal racking, no fining or filtrering.
Aging: aged for 24 months in French oak barrels, 12% new
Production: 200cases
Notes: The Roland Green Pinot Noir is wine that posseses great depth, texture and clarity and has savory notes of pine and orange peel while maintaining tension and precision.
Ratings
Publication: Wine advocate
Rating: 92
Pale to medium ruby-purple in color, the 2014 Pinot Noir Roland Green has a lovely fragrance of violets, red cherries and wild strawberries with hints of fallen leaves, mossy bark and cinnamon stick. Medium-bodied, there's some wonderful truffle notes contributing a savory character in the mouth with silky tannins and a long, earthy finish.
Publication: Other Press
Rating: 93 (WE)
This new cuvée, from a site planted in 1989, showcases detailed and pinpointed raspberry fruit flavors atop a solid base of mineral (wet stone). It's sleek and compact, young and showing exceptional length. It's definitely built to age. Drink now through 2032. - Wine Enthusiast