In a year of apparently unending pivots, this is the one we're most excited about. After a couple of years turning out some of Portland's best white and rose wines, the gals at Landmass have turned their attention to those grapes with a bit more pigment. And not just any grape, but the undisputed Queen of the Valley that is Oregon Pinot Noir. Sourced from a site in the famed Eola-Amity Hills, Landmass's Pinot is medium-bodied but lithe, full of cacao and goji berries and cranberry, and laced through with an earthy black tea undertone. Partial whole cluster fermentation happens in stainless, oak, and neutral barrels before being blended together in perfect harmony. Unfined, unfiltered, and fermented with native yeasts.