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    2019 Helioterra Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley, OR) 3R

    Woman Producer Organic


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes

    Woman Producer Organic

    2019 Helioterra Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley, OR) 3R

    Ripe cherry, sarsaparilla, earth and slight oak aromas jump from your glass. The flavor is ripe and bright featuring cherry, citrus, forest floor, and a peppered finish that lasts for days. This is a perfect wine for a steak au poivre or anything spiced!

    7 in stock!

    About The Varietal

    Pinot Noir

    Ranked as the 10th most widely planted grape variety globally, Pinot Noir has amassed a dedicated following among passionate wine enthusiasts. Originally the predominant red wine grape of Burgundy, its allure has led to widespread adoption and admiration in vineyards across the globe. The elusive charm of Pinot Noir has found a home in diverse wine regions worldwide.

    About The Producer


    Growing up in Wisconsin, winemaker Anne Hubatch was always out with nature or in the kitchen with her grandmother. Earning a degree in Geology and Environmental studies led her to Oregon, where she gained hands-on exposure and decade-long winemaking training with some of Oregon’s best winemakers at Hamacher Wines, Adelsheim Vineyard, and Dobbes Family Estate. Inspired by the energy of Oregon’s wine industry, Anne launched her inaugural solo vintage in 2009, marking the beginning of Helioterra Wines. Over the past decade, she has built strong connections with exceptional grape growers across the Pacific Northwest, producing wines that celebrate both the fruit and the growers while embracing various wine styles and types.


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes