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2017 Firesteed Pinot Noir

June 1, 2019 - Norman Bentley
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Oregon produces some of the better Pinot Noir from the United States, but most are well over twenty dollars per bottle. It is refreshing to come across a good Oregon Pinot Noir for less than twenty dollars.

The 2017 Firesteed Pinot Noir is a beautiful ruby red in color, and has a fresh berry scent, which invites one for a closer look, and of course, a first sip. The flavor is a combination of cherry and red raspberry with a hint of strawberry in the background. The wine is rich and fresh with subtle hints of spice and tannin leading to a clean, palate pleasing finish. The alcohol content is 13.7%, and Norm's score is 89.

We enjoyed the Firesteed Pinot Noir with a thick, medium rare New York strip and an artichoke cooked in garlic and lemon. A great feast for a hot summertime night.

score: 89

price: $14 - $19

Norm

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