Sold Out Ken Wright Pinot Noir Latchkey 2016
James Suckling
Wine Enthusiast
Wine Spectator
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Ken Wright Pinot Noir Latchkey 2016

Last unit sold for $81.00

Product description

Cherry, huckleberry, cotton candy. Lush texture with bright acidity provides great energy in this wine.

93 Points - Wine Spectator     Impeccably structured and refined, featuring layered blueberry flavors laced with orange peel, river stone, and savory spice details, finishing with fine tannins. Drink now through 2025.

93 Points - Wine Enthusiast     Few Willamette Valley producers make as many different single-vineyard wines each vintage as Ken Wright (14 and counting), and none do a better job of differentiating each into its particular terroir and strengths. This Latchkey hits a bull’s-eye for fruit lovers, with a luscious mix of raspberry, marionberry, and cherry fruit ripened to a jammy perfection. Still wound up tight and bolstered with bright acidity, this finishes with a burst of Nutella goodness.

92 Points - James Suckling     Earthy, dried dark cherry and spicy, sous bois notes on the nose lead to quite a rich, fleshy palate that has such supple ripe blueberries and plums. Long, plush and full. Drink or hold. Synthetic cork.