Clear, bright, medium-light straw color. Clean nose with youthful medium intensity aromas of mango, banana, fresh fennel, peach pit, and ginger. Dry on the palate, medium body, with medium-high acidity but a round texture. Flavors of pineapple, sliced yellow apple, cooked pear, candied lemon rind, and pink apples. Pair with pineapple and bourbon glazed salmon. Recommended.

WHO: Ghost Hill Cellars
WHAT: Pinot Noir
WHERE: Yamhill-Carlton, Willamette Valley, Oregon
WHEN: 2010
HOW MUCH: $25 (Media sample)

Shop this wine on Vinquire

Print a shelf talker

About The Author

Ryan Reichert
Managing Editor

Having grown up in the midwest, Ryan followed his passion for wine to Oregon's Willamette Valley. He holds the Advanced Certificate with Distinction from the Wine & Spirits Education Trust. Ryan is the creator and author for Northwest Whites, a site dedicated entirely to the white wines of the Pacific Northwest. You can also learn more about Ryan on his personal website. Ryan lives in Portland, OR.

Related Posts

3 Responses

  1. TexaCali Ali

    Sounds wonderful, I’m a fanatic about Pinot Blanc! Ghost Hill will be a new one for me soon. Cheers!

  2. Carl Giavanti

    I just bought a case. Everyone is loving the aromatics. This is well made and sets the benchmark for un-oaked ‘Pinot Noir Blanc’ (not to be confused with Pinot Blanc)!