2021 Domaine Loubejac Pinot Noir

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2021 Domaine Loubejac Pinot Noir (Special Labour Day 2)

James Suckling 91
  • S$4288

  • S$4688

Vintage: 2021

Region: Willamette Valley, Oregon

Country: USA

Tasting Notes

Plum skin, freshly tanned leather, vanilla, ripe dark cherries, slight orange zest, and huckleberries. This wine is broad with chewy tannins and fills the mouth along its acid backbone. A testament to its style and heritage drink this with a burger fresh off the grill or the duck confit that you're making on Thursday.

About Winery

In The South Of France Lies The Historical Town Of Loubejac. It Was The Summer Escape For Owner & Winemaker, Laurent Montalieu During His Childhood. His First Steps Were Taken In His Grandfather’s Vineyard Outside Of The Town. The Area Had Such An Impact On His Path That When He Purchased These Rolling Hills In The Central Willamette Valley He Was Taken Back To His Childhood Summers.

Across The Ocean On The Forty-Fifth Parallel Domaine Loubejac Was Born.  These Windswept Rolling Hills Lying Seventy Miles South Of Portland And Forty Miles East Of The Pacific Coastline Bring The Cooler Climate And Burgundian Similarities Make The Vineyard Ideal For Chardonnay And Pinot Noir. Both Varietals Display Crisp, Clean Fruit On The Palate Backed By Classically Fragrant Aromatics.

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Tasting Notes

Plum skin, freshly tanned leather, vanilla, ripe dark cherries, slight orange zest, and huckleberries. This wine is broad with chewy tannins and fills the mouth along its acid backbone. A testament to its style and heritage drink this with a burger fresh off the grill or the duck confit that you're making on Thursday.

About Winery

In The South Of France Lies The Historical Town Of Loubejac. It Was The Summer Escape For Owner & Winemaker, Laurent Montalieu During His Childhood. His First Steps Were Taken In His Grandfather’s Vineyard Outside Of The Town. The Area Had Such An Impact On His Path That When He Purchased These Rolling Hills In The Central Willamette Valley He Was Taken Back To His Childhood Summers.

Across The Ocean On The Forty-Fifth Parallel Domaine Loubejac Was Born.  These Windswept Rolling Hills Lying Seventy Miles South Of Portland And Forty Miles East Of The Pacific Coastline Bring The Cooler Climate And Burgundian Similarities Make The Vineyard Ideal For Chardonnay And Pinot Noir. Both Varietals Display Crisp, Clean Fruit On The Palate Backed By Classically Fragrant Aromatics.

James Suckling, 91 pts

"Plum skin, freshly tanned leather, vanilla, ripe dark cherries, slight orange zest, and huckleberries. This wine is broad with chewy tannins and fills the mouth along its acid backbone. A testament to its style and heritage drink this with a burger fresh off the grill or the duck confit that you're making on Thursday."

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