Friday, August 28, 2009

A Biodynamic Gem Without the High Price Tag

I just tasted through a lineup of wines from Cooper Mountain Vineyards
& Winery. This producer really stood out from the vast array of wines
I tasted out at Pinot Camp. Not only for their quality but for their
prescence. These wines have life & personality unlike many others of
their kind. On top of that they are farmed biodynamically & Barbara
Gross is really cool & fun to talk to. The 2007 20th anniversary
Reserve Pinot Noir $25.99 is made entirely from estate fruit grown in
the Chehalem Mountains. It's laden with mushroom, truffle, cola &
cherry liquer notes. The texture is silky smooth but with a gripping
interest & a luscious texture. This baby is uber-delicious & will
make any pinot lover swoon.

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