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Library ¡Salud! Pinot Noir Cuvée — Oregon Wine, Willamette Valley


Library Pinot Noir Selection
Vertical 2010 – 2015 Vintages

Four 12-Bottle Cases  |  Sold By The Case  |  $800 Starting Bid
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One 12-bottle mix case of Trisaetum Estates Library Reserve Pinot Noir  – Vertical 2010-2015.

A combination of the most prized barrels from each of our three estate vineyards, these reserve bottlings of Pinot Noir from the 2010 to 2015 vintages come from the winery’s own library and are ready to be enjoyed now.

  • Two bottles of  2010 Trisaetum Estates Reserve Pinot Noir – “Attractively complex and briar-infused dark pinot fruit aromas. There is good volume to the round and relatively suave medium-bodied flavors that possess good depth and length on the dusty and moderately structured finish that displays a touch of youthful asperity,”

    Allen Meadows’

  • Two bottles of 2011 Trisaetum Estates Reserve Pinot Noir – “A fine effort in a cool year, this reserve combines the best barrels from the winery’s three different sub-AVA’s. Hence the Willamette Valley appellation. With excellent depth and power, it showcases a core of cherry, berry, and chocolate, accented with sweet spices and a hint of fresh herb.”

    Paul Gregutt, Wine Enthusiast

  • Two bottles of 2012 Trisaetum Estates Reserve Pinot Noir – “The nose is intense right from the start: dark cherries, wild strawberry and bergamot at first, hints of briar and fresh mint following behind. The palate is medium-bodied with succulent ripe tannin: dark cherries, black plum, a pinch of white pepper and a slight flintiness toward the finish.”

    Neal Martin, Wine Advocate

  • Two bottles of 2013 Trisaetum Estates Reserve Pinot Noir – “This is a barrel selection combining the best lots from all three estate vineyards. Refined, pungent, spicy and persistent, it opens with bright raspberry and cherry fruit, them lays on layers of anise, coconut, vanilla, and caramel. It’s long and concentrated, with good aging potential.”

    Paul Gregutt, Wine Enthusiast

  • Two bottles of 2014 Trisaetum Estates Reserve Pinot Noir – “Highly perfumed aromas of ripe red berries, cherry cola and Asian spices develop a subtle mineral quality in the glass. Sweet and velvety in the mouth, offering deep-pitched red berry liqueur, vanilla and smoky mineral qualities and a touch of allspice. Very long and appealingly sweet on the close, where slow-building tannins add framework and gentle grip.”

    Josh Raynolds, Vinous

  • Two bottles of 2015 Trisaetum Estates Reserve Pinot Noir – “Already open and delicious with a nose of raspberries, wild strawberries, orange and fresh herbs such as sage. Medium to full-bodied, this shows pretty, velvety tannins, fine acidity and a savory finish.”
    James Suckling
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