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wintershillvineyard wrote:Russell from Winter's Hill here. It is great to hear from folks who have already enjoyed our wines.
Today I am looking out at a perfect summer afternoon for Pinot noir. High 80's with a breeze starting to pick up from the coast. That is a big part of what makes this a good place to grow Pinot noir: Warm days to ripen the fruit, and cool nights to preserve the acidity structure make a wine that you can put away in the cellar for a few years.
I'm happy to answer any questions about our vineyards or winemaking style.
Welcome Russell! Happy to once again feature your Oregon Pinots here on Woot!
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chipgreen wrote:Thanks to Winter's Hill for their participation. I'm in on the mixed 4-pack and looking forward to trying them!
I'm considering this one as well.
And thanks to WD and friends for offering mixed packs on all the recent Woot+ deals. It is making them a lot more difficult to pass up.
"You need to invest in a corkscrew. Wine is for drinking." -- Peter Wellington