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MONT ELISE VINEYARD PINOT NOIR 

The Mont Elise Vineyard Pinot Noir, planted in 1968 by Charles (Chuck) Henderson, is sourced from some of the oldest vines in the Columbia Gorge. The high elevation site in White Salmon, Washington, results in a vibrant, earthy, medium-bodied wine with notes of cherry and stone. This Pinot Noir is aged 18 months in French oak, with 30% new oak. The site has been farmed by the Gensler family since 2001.

$65

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