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Sitar Wine Page

For the Sitar Pinot Noir, winemaker Tony Rynders’ goal is to craft a wine of fabulous richness, finesse and intensity. A collector’s wine that will deliver immense pleasure on release and for many years to come.

The 2009 Sitar Pinot Noir was sourced from six vineyards and four sub-appellations of the Willamette Valley. After aging for 15 months in 70 percent new French Oak, Tony painstakingly blended only the finest barrels to create the final Sitar wine. Only 300 cases produced.

2009 Growing Season in Oregon

The 2009 vintage is a great year for Pinot Noir in Oregon. It was a warm growing season which produced some of the ripest, lushest Pinot Noirs in Oregon's recent history.

2009 Sitar Tasting Notes:

2009 Sitar possesses both the complexity and open texture that is the signature of the vintage. The
nose displays a wide array of aromas including fresh tobacco, loganberry, red plum, clove, tarragon
and cedar. The palate is supple and vibrant, expressing rich flavors of red raspberry, fresh red currant,
salt plum, anise, allspice, cane berry and violet, finishing with fine tannins and impressive length.

Sitar Pinot Noir is limited to 300 cases per year and allocated in wooden collector’s boxes which display Thomas Arvid’s original charcoal drawing. In order to secure your allocation of the Sitar Prelude as well as future offerings, join our allocation list.

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