Shea Vineyard is located in the Yamhill foothills, 35 miles southwest of Portland, Oregon. The Pinot Noir was planted in 1990 on a hillside of shallow Willakenzie soil in the SW corner of the vineyard. It has a southeast exposure at an elevation of 350' to 500'. Shea Pinot Noirs have an enticing aroma of flowers, black and red fruit. St. Innocents' block tends to be a bit darker than the rest of the vineyard. The flowers are more dark red roses and violets and the fruit has black cherry and black raspberry aromas and flavors. The wine is very dense and tight. Peak evolution should be in 4-7 years.
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