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50th Parallel Estate Winery

50th Parallel Estate Unparalleled Pinot Noir

50th Parallel Estate Unparalleled Pinot Noir

150 barrels of Pinot Noir crafted from our 61 acre estate aged in premium French Oak were tasted. Unanimously we agreed on 14 barriques representing 3 vineyard blocks and 4 Dijon clones. Block 3 Clone 115 – Block 3 Clone 667 – Block 5 Clone 144 – Block 6 Clone 828 came together this vintage to create this exceptional Pinot Noir. 

Wine Club Price $42.50

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SKU: 856286_2014
Wine Specs
Pinot Noir
Central Okanagan Valley, Lakeside Alluvial Fans
Harvest Date
Late-September 2014
Residual Sugar
0 g/L
Alcohol %
Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Distinctive character, with rich palate coating textures and lots of layers and depth - this is benchmark Wine Appearance: Brooding dark purple edges with an intense dark red rose coloured center. Aroma: Savoury herbs and warm earth, hint of rose petal, toasted walnut and anise. Palate: An intense entry showcasing the Okanagan spirit of Pinot Noir: ripe black staccatto cherry, black current, baked blueberries, and a breath of roasted red pepper. The initial power gives way to layers of structured tannin that promise years of drinkability but still with the silky presence to drink now. The finish presents the impression of freshly toasted cashews, black pepper, and slatey minerality. The truly quintessential Okanagan Pinot Noir. Think of: Infinity, and beyond...literally the wine for the place that you never want to leave, the place that seemingly goes on forever in your heart, and your mind.
SILVER - Decanter World Wine Awards 2016 SILVER - InterVin International Wine Awards 2016 SILVER - BC Wine Awards 2016 BRONZE - San Francisco International Wine Competition 2016
Food Pairing Notes
Someone who can cook a great meal to pair with great wines, so you can relax and appreciate every sip of this game changing Pinot Noir. High pour into burgundy aromatic glasses between 12 and 16 degrees Celcius, and allow to warm in glass to 18 and 20 degrees before drinking. Decanting can occur at cellar temperature; allow to breathe for 15-25 minutes. Traditional pairings to consider include lamb, tenderloin, venison, and a multitude of game birds and don’t be afraid to pour with sockeye salmon and ahi tuna. Side up with well-seasoned mushrooms, truffled baby potatoes, or black forbidden rice. Hardened artisan cheeses and aged meats are always favourite accompaniments for those simple but satisfying char-cut evenings.
347 cases
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