Solena Grand Cuvee Pinot Noir 2019
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Wine Spectator 93
Showing style and personality, this Pinot is expressive with raspberry, savory forest floor and dusky spice flavors that take on structure toward refined tannins. Drink now through 2029.

The 2019 Grande Cuve Pinot noir is sourced from a collection of family-owned vineyards across the Willamette Valley. Winemaker/Owner Laurent Montaileu refers to this wine as a reflection of the vintage and showcases all that the Willamette Valley has to offer. The wine begins with ... read more
This is a red wine
Item ID: #39798
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Screw Cap
Alcohol by vol: 13.5%

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Wine Spectator 93
Showing style and personality, this Pinot is expressive with raspberry, savory forest floor and dusky spice flavors that take on structure toward refined tannins. Drink now through 2029.

The 2019 Grande Cuve Pinot noir is sourced from a collection of family-owned vineyards across the Willamette Valley. Winemaker/Owner Laurent Montaileu refers to this wine as a reflection of the vintage and showcases all that the Willamette Valley has to offer. The wine begins with an overflowing of deep aromas. With hints of baked and spiced cherries, fresh garden herbs, and dried cedar on the nose. On the palate, this wine is full of exuberance, with red fruits that are tart yet supple, and warm spice notes that carry through to the finish of this wine. ~winery notes

SOLENA STORY -

After successful careers in the Oregon wine industry, the husband and wife team of Laurent Montalieu and Danielle Andrus Montalieu purchased an 80-acre estate to commemorate their marriage. In May 2002, they launched Solna by releasing their first bottling and, shortly thereafter, opening a tasting room in Carlton. Solna is the combination of the Spanish and French words Solana and Soleil, celebrating the sun and the moon, and the name that Laurent and Danielle gave to their daughter.

Solna Estate began as a way to explore winemaking with other varietals grown in neighboring appellations while the family's young Domaine Danielle Laurent vineyard in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA matured. In May 2007, Danielle and Laurent added the spectacular Hyland Vineyard in the McMinnville AVA to their estate vineyard holdings. Today Laurent and Danielle are producing world-class Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from their estate vineyards.

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Solena VineyardsCelebrate the Sun & Moon

After successful careers in the Oregon wine industry, the husband and wife team of Laurent Montalieu and Danielle Andrus Montalieu purchased an 80-acre estate to commemorate their marriage in 2000. In May 2002, they launched Soléna by bottling their first vintage of Domaine Danielle Laurent Pinot Noir and, shortly thereafter, opening a tasting room in Carlton. Soléna is the combination of the Spanish and French words Solana and Soleil, celebrating the sun and the moon, and the name that Laurent and Danielle gave to their daughter.

Soléna Estate began as a way to explore winemaking with other varietals grown in neighboring appellations while the family's young Domaine Danielle Laurent vineyard in the Yamhill-Carlton District matured. In May 2007, Danielle and Laurent added the spectacular 100-acre Hyland Vineyard in the McMinnville AVA to their estate vineyard holdings. Today, Laurent and Danielle are producing Pinot Noir from their estate vineyards as well as Pinot Gris, Merlot, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Late Harvest Riesling from select sites throughout Oregon and Washington.

Join us at the new Soléna tasting room to explore the Old World warmth and elegance that accommodates the ultimate in state-of-the-art winemaking technology.
Laurent & Danielle Montalieu:

Our Story
In May of 2000, Laurent Montalieu and Danielle Andrus Montalieu purchased an 80- acre estate as their wedding gift to each other and registered with premium nurseries for six different clones of Pinot Noir vines as wedding gifts. They named the wedding vineyard, Domaine Danielle Laurent. While waiting for their own vines to mature, the Montalieus purchased fruit from various vineyards, and named their new label after their daughter, Soléna.

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