Thursday, May 13, 2010

I'll take the Filet Mignon with my Pinot Noir please...

Spotlighting Oregon's Freedom Hill Vineyard today. Over the past few years in Texas, I've spent majority of my time pulling corks of Lange Estate Freedom Hill Pinot Noir for staff-training sessions in Texas' best steakhouses. The Chardonnay from this vineyard is quite honestly my very favorite Chardonnay from Oregon.

Under 400 cases of each varietal produced, the wines are in
stock at Avante Beverages, so just ask your favorite wine shop for Lange Estate Freedom Hill wines...Cheers - Ali

Freedom Hill Vineyard

"Lange Wineryhas sourced fruit from the Freedom Hill Vineyard since 1990 and began making its namesake single-vineyard Pinot Noir in 1996. Typically, Pinot Noir from this site shows dark, brooding fruitand significant tannin structure. Freedom Hill fruit provides the masculine frame that allows for an ultimately age-worthy wine. The perfect Pinot Noir for a Texas steakhouse!

2004 marked the first vintage of Lange's Freedom Hill Vineyard Chardonnay which showcases Dijon clone 76 as well as Freedom Hill's capacity to produce premium,cool-climate fruit. Warm days and cool nights allow for complete fruit ripening while maintaining essential acid balance. This premier Oregon vineyard delivers exceptional fruit year after year and continues to be an important contributor to the Lange winery portfolio."

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