Made from red wine grapes that are fermented on the skins. Carefully selected from the Pinot Noir fermentations of the Lemelson winery which has a particularly light touch at the press. The result is a very clean grappa with good Pinot Noir character, a good jolt when you taste it, and a very clean finish.
Grappa of Oregon Pinot Noir was tasted at Meeting No. 18 on November 21, 2013. Out of 5, we rated it 2.45. Grappa of Oregon Pinot Noir ranks 2nd overall in Other.
Nick • 11/21/2013 • 3.0
Really light clean nose, earthy, oakey palate has a little kick. Bam! Smokey.
Greg • 11/21/2013 • 2.5
Smear on the back of the hand smells mild and sweet, like toffee. Not oily; faint but pleasant nose of dog biscuit. Intense initial flavor burst fades and then rebounds; aftertaste is dry and vaguely anise and fireball; a little tannic, but not bad.
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