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Don’t Skip This Classically-Styled Crowd Pleaser. A no-brainer at a fraction of the cost of its illustrious neighbours!

Trisaetum Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2016

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Trisaetum Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2016
Vivino Users, (4.2)
"Amazing, complex yet simple, smoky and just stellar. Worth every penny." - Kelsey P.
Wine Enthusiast
92 / 100
Wine Enthusiast
Editor's Choice
Wine Spectator
91 / 100

Neighbouring the Willamette Valley Superstar Beaux Freres Vineyards (Robert Parker's Brother-in-Law’s winery), Trisaetum is an instant friend to any Pinot-file, and a no-brainer at a fraction of the cost of its illustrious competition.

Robust and spicy, the 2015 Trisaetum captures the vibrancy of a warm Oregon summer in this aromatic and rich Pinot Noir. Watch out California, Oregon’s about to steal your sun-soaked style! From the verdant epicenter of Oregon wine country, Pinot Noir reigns supreme at Trisaetum.

The product of a perfect, mild climate at the base of the Chehalem mountains, this seductive Pinot magically balances delicacy with California-style power in a wine that’s delicious now and promises to reward a decade of cellaring.  Oak-driven spice, fresh red fruit, and silky smooth tannins make Trisaetum an ideal addition to any cellar—or just the dinner table!

Trust us, don’t skip this classically-styled crowd pleaser.

About the wine

From a total 47 acres of vines, Trisaetum produces a small amount of world-class Pinot from Willamette Valley. Blending the elegance of Burgundy with the uniqueness of the Oregon Terroir!

100% Estate fruit from three vineyards in Yamhill-Carlton, Ribbon Ridge, & Dundee Hills AVAs

The aromas leap from the glass and tickle your senses. Notes of bing cherries, raspberry bushes and cedar are present. The mouthful is rich and filled with layers of flavours. Delightful red fruits with a bright acidity keep the palate clean and easy to enjoy. The zippy tannins tingle your gums and pair nicely with your cedar planked salmon or a try roasted tomatoes with some goat cheese.


4.1/5.0Vivino Rating (157 Reviews)
92 points,
Wine Enthusiast
Editor's Choice, Wine Enthusiast
91 points, Wine Spectator

Winemaker: James Frey
Appellation: Willamette Valley, Oregon
Grapes: Pinot Noir
Cooperage: undisclosed
ABV: 13.7%


4.2 ★ - Vivino Users (157 Reviews)

"Tart black cherry, under-ripe raspberry, crabapple, cranberry, and that lovely Oregon terroir. Really a good representation of the grape and the region." - Keith W.

"Bright acidity, ripe red fruit, lightly floral with a gentle vanilla finish. Fantastic!!" - Blake D.

"Amazing, complex yet simple, smoky and just stellar. Worth every penny." - Kelsey P.

"Wow. Balanced. Medium body, medium tannins. Vanilla and spice on the nose... Blackberry, strawberry, nutmeg, some white pepper on the palate... Complex.. Medium finish." - Dave L.

92 points, Wine Enthusiast

"Fashioned entirely from estate-grown grapes, this muscular and substantial wine melds together black cherry, black olive and sweet spices. It's firm and polished, with almost silky tannins, and punches well above its price. Drink this now through the next decade." Paul Gregutt, WE

91 points, Wine Spectator

"Deep ruby in color, with aromas of cranberry, blackberry, and baking spices. Dark fruited flavors of plum are brightened by summer blackberry; hints of licorice and star anise linger on the complex finish. Plush tannins round out the vibrant acidity and allow the luscious fruit to shine through to the finish. Enjoy this classic Pinot Noir now and over the next 8 years."


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