Oregon Pinot Noirs have become one some of the most sought-after wines by wine lovers in recent years. A royal wedding needs a king’s wine. In 1990, Ed King discovered a parcel of land with rich soil that was being used for growing hay to feed local horse and cattle farms. King purchased the land to grow pinot noir, and, by 1994, he had planted more than 100-acres were planted to create the most clonally diverse soil and climate-matched vineyard ever grown in Oregon.
King Estate 2015 Pinot Noir showcases the Willamette Valley fruit with vibrant black cherry, plum fruit with layered subtle spice balanced by soft tannins and acidity.