Del Rio Vineyards Pinot Noir Rogue Valley AVA 2019
  • Pinot Noir
  • Dry
  • Residual Sugar: 2 g/l
  • Light Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 13% alc./vol

Del Rio Vineyards Pinot Noir Rogue Valley AVA 2019

Oregon, U.S.
Regular price $24.95per bottle ($299.40per case)
12 bottles per case

Fruity & Spicy

With every bottle of Del Rio wine they seek to capture the essence of their history and dedication to excellence. The rolling hills, majestic landscape and wild Rogue River converge to create the optimal setting for growing superior grapes. Established in 1997, the single vineyard has blossomed under the nurturing hands of 4th generation farmers. With their blend of family heritage and farming excellence Del Rio strives to consistently provide you with the finest examples of Oregon wine made today.

A classically beautiful bright ruby color, this wine’s first impression is intense with juicy aromas of cherry, black currant and cassis. The ripe aromas are complimented with stimulating spicy notes of pepper. The wine is mouthwatering with flavors that reflect the nose. Young and tasty tannins structure and balance the mouthfeel, predicting a potential for long aging. A swirl and bit of aeration elevates the diversity of flavors and you can taste the sun of Southern Oregon.

Enjoy this ripe and juicy Pinot Noir at room temperature or chilled. Grilled steelhead smothered in morel mushrooms, fennel sausage and eggplant in romesco sauce with polenta, or a classic coq a vin would pair beautifully with this wine. Additionally, a casual spread of roasted red pepper hummus with pita chips, southern style pimento cheese, and marcona almonds also would welcome the company of this Pinot Noir.

This product is part of the LCBO Vintages program. It may take approximately 10-14 business days to be delivered.

Press Reviews

Wine Align

90 points - Michael Godel

From the most southerly wine-growing region in Oregon made up of three adjacent river valleys (Bear Creek, Applegate and Illinois) that extend from the foothills of the Siskiyou Mountains along the California border north to the Rogue River. Soils are variegated, part metamorphic, sedimentary and volcanic in origin and ranging from sandy loam to hard clay. Del Rio's literally brings all factors into play and what comes out is a reductively peppery, albeit elegant and lithely so pinot noir that really grabs your attention. Crunchy and earthy, really reeking of the multifarious dirt that gives this varietal wine life. Real energy, lift and grip and a sweetness of fruit to tannin that belies the groundswell feeling in the wine. Drink date: 2021-2024.