Produced by The Marigny
Willamette Valley - Oregon
Crunchier than a Phish cover band at the local co-op’s open mic, the Marigny's Super Deluxe Pinot Noir is an extended carbonic maceration in the style of more heady Beaujolais cru wines. Think of this as the bratty little punk rock brother of the Willamette Valley's more famous Pinot Noirs. After two weeks of semi-carbonic maceration, the wine is moved to a combination of new and neutral French oak barrels, where it rests on full lees for 11 months before being transferred to stainless tanks for bottling. This is burger wine. We cannot stress that enough. Also, hot dogs. Or corn dogs, even. Giant pretzel, maybe? Basically, if it’s food that you could get at the state fair or the minor league baseball game (go Hillsboro Hops!), this wine is for you.