91 Points – Wine Enthusiast – August 2015 -EXTREMELY LIMITED
Tasting Notes: Initially, your eyes are greeted to a dark ruby color. As you lift the glass, your nose may sense layers of dark fruits with hints of the forest and cedar reminiscent of a stroll on an early spring morning. A very balanced Pinot noir, the Pas de Trois dances across the palate with a silky smooth texture and soft tannins leading to a lasting finish. Enjoy with a classic Margherita pizza!
Romance Copy: Our Pas de Trois is a fusion of wines made with fruit from vines tended by three families of farmers each committed to minimal input viticulture practices in three of Oregon’s distinct growing regions.
This wine is comprised of 66% Pommard, Dijon 114, 115, 667, 777, 828 and Wadenswil 2A grown at DANCIN Vineyards in the forested west hills above Jacksonville near the site where pioneer Peter Britt planted his first vineyard nearly 150 years ago in the south, and 17% Pommard grown at Durant Vineyards, early pioneers in the Oregon wine industry, establishing the first of their vineyards in 1973, along with 17% Dijon 667 and 777 grown on a hilltop at Hyland Estates both located in the north.