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6 - 2015 Rainstorm Silver Linings Pinot Noir Rosé, Willamette Valley
 
 
2015 Rainstorm Silver Linings Pinot Noir Rosé, Willamette Valley
Here in the Northwest, we have a deep-seated love for Pinots, so we jumped at the chance to craft a Pinot Noir rosé. Sure, it rains a lot in Oregon, but we’re the type of people to see the silver lining with each rainy day. That cool rain is what makes Oregon Pinots shine, and it inspired the name of the newest addition to our Pinot family.
 
To craft our wonderfully balanced Rainstorm Silver Linings Pinot Noir Rosé, we select the finest grapes from the Willamette Valley. With its cool, mild climate, the Willamette Valley of northern Oregon produces Pinot Noir with an earthy, elegant style and complex yet subtle flavors. Sixty-five percent of the grapes were direct press for this rosé, providing acidity and elegance. Thirty-five percent came from the saignée Pinot Noir tank, providing more fruit and some structure. The wine was fermented with native yeast to dryness at cold temperature (50°F) and on fine lees for three months. We designed our winemaking to craft a light, pale, and refreshing rosé.
 
Our Pinot Noir rosé portrays aromas of strawberry, rose petals, and pomegranate seeds. It is completely dry with refreshing acidity. Silver Linings pairs beautifully with a wide range of foods, such as a spring salad, a goat cheese tart, or grilled chicken with fresh herbs.
 
Characteristics:
Color: Rose pink.
Bouquet: Strawberry, rose petals and pomegranate seeds.
Taste: Crisp and lush.

Specs

Soil: Mostly volcanic origin with some alluvial deposits in the Willamette Valley
Grape Variety: Pinot Noir
Production Technique: With its cool, mild climate, the Willamette Valley of Oregon produces Pinot Noir with an fruity, elegant style and complex yet subtle flavors. 65% of the grapes were direct press for this Rosé providing acidity and elegance. 35% came from the saignée Pinot Noir tank providing additonal fruit and some structure. The wine was fermented with native yeast to dryness at cold temperature (50°F) and aged on fine lees for 3 months. We designed our winemaking to craft a light, elegant and refreshing Rosé.
Appellation: Willamette Valley
Alcohol: 13.1%
Total Acidity: 5.6%
RS: 2.7 g/L

Winery Details

Rainstorm Vineyards

About Rainstorm Vineyards
If diversity is the spice of life, then Oregon is an intriguing spice rack. There’s much more to our home than snowy peaks, rugged coastlines, and foggy forests. There’s no better example of Oregon’s diversity than the Willamette and Umpqua Valleys. Both regions produce spectacular Pinots. But the profound difference in weather patterns produces grapes that contribute to wildly divergent wine styles.
 
Our Willamette Valley vineyard sits atop a fog-swept ridge, located east of Silverton. Our Umpqua Valley vineyard is located west of the city of Umpqua on a beautifully forested ridge. We like Pinot Noir from ridges, because the slope provides great water drainage capacity; this controls the vines’ vigor and produces low yields. Low yields are ideal, as the vine is encouraged to focus its character in a smaller volume of grapes.
 
Our southern Pinot Noir from the Umpqua Valley is very ripe and juicy, with a more “new world” style. By comparison, the northern Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley is tarter, earthier, and more “old world” in style. The Willamette Valley soils are heavier in clay with alluvial (or loose, unconsolidated) sediments. The Umpqua Valley features more clay deposits and soils that are volcanic in their origin.
 
Due to the lush climate conditions in all the areas where we harvest our grapes, we’re able to “dry-farm” (no irrigation) all our vineyards.

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