$29.95/bottle or $22.50/6+ bottles
Summer is heating up and so are discounts here at Carpe Vino. Today’s Deal is a classic and authentic Oregon pinot noir from storied winery Stoller Family Estate. The 2014 Stoller Estate Pinot Noir delivers on elegant flavors that we’ve all come to love and is part of a family tradition that dates back to the 1940’s. Asking price on this wonderful wine is $29.95/bottle but purchase six bottles or more and acquire it for $22.50/bottle.
Stoller Estate is located in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley in the Dundee Hills AVA. They offer world class wines and became the first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified winery in North America with the coveted Gold Level certification. While they produce other esoteric wines, their forte is pinot noir and chardonnay where the terroir at Stoller is ideally suited to produce. It is through their serious efforts of preserving their agricultural land that have lead them to being the premier winery that they are today.
The 2014 Stoller Estate Pinot Noir is an INCREDIBLY GOOD wine that you’ve got to check out. The bouquet is laced with RIPE BLACKBERRIES complimented by a slight HERBACEOUSNESS and SPICINESS. The palate is where is pinot DELIVERS! It’s MEDIUM-BODIED with notes of RED RASPBERRY, and DARK CHERRIES that lead to an ELEGANT finish that goes down SMOOTH. Enjoy this LUCIOUS pinot noir with an array of excellent faire like mushroom risotto, duck confit, or even your favorite white pizza!
If you want one of the great Oregon pinot noirs then the 2014 Stoller Estate is for you! We have FIVE cases in stock ready for the taking. To place an order, click the BUY STOLLER ESTATE PINOT NOIR NOW button and procure all you can!
Winery Tasting Notes: “Crafted exclusively from estate fruit, our Dundee Hills Pinot Noir is made in an elegant, approachable style. The nose opens with notes of preserved dark cherry, smoky flint, sandalwood, ripe red roses and exotic spices followed by more subtle notes of young raspberries and hibiscus. There is a herbal/savory quality that tethers all of the aromatics that is reminiscent of rosemary and lemon verbena. The palate is succulent and long carrying flavors of Bing cherry, rose water, and vanilla with dark chocolate and sea salt finish.”