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2017 Duck Pond Cellars St. Jory Vineyard Oregon Pinot Noir

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The nose combines a touch of smoke and earth that immediately jumps from the glass with a bit of dried leaves and forest floor. The palate shows the same bright fresh fruit flavors that were evident on the nose, along with the charred wood and smoke character. Purple flowers, mushroom, potting soil, and wood spice linger on the finish with a fresh, firm acidity and moderate tannin profile. The structure/fruit balance is quite nice with polished tannins and fresh acidity that keeps the wine vibrant, but doesn’t draw attention. The finish is clean and long, with ripe cherry, pine needles, and forest floor earth.

Tasting Notes

The nose combines a touch of smoke and earth that immediately jumps from the glass with a bit of dried leaves and forest floor. The palate shows the same bright fresh fruit flavors that were evident on the nose, along with the charred wood and smoke character. Purple flowers, mushroom, potting soil, and wood spice linger on the finish with a fresh, firm acidity and moderate tannin profile. The structure/fruit balance is quite nice with polished tannins and fresh acidity that keeps the wine vibrant, but doesn’t draw attention. The finish is clean and long, with ripe cherry, pine needles, and forest floor earth.

  • Natural Path

    We are committed to producing pure, quality wines that go above and beyond existing standards - that is why we are the First Certified Natural Path Production wines by the Clean Label Project™

  • Purity Award

    Our mission is to craft delicious wines free of harmful chemicals. As a result, we are the first commercially farmed vineyards in Oregon to have received the Clean Label Project Purity Award.

  • Stewards Of The Land

    Duck Pond proudly supports the Wetlands Conservancy. The Wetlands clean and restore our water supply; provide critical fish and wildlife habitats, and protect our communities from flooding.

  • Award-Winning Winemaker

    Winemaker Julia Cattrall began crafting Duck Pond wines in 2017 with a mission to preserve and uphold the natural beauty and legacy of Oregon’s esteemed wines.