2008 Ken Wright Cellars Pinot Noir Canary Hill Vineyard

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  • Pinot Noir
  • 750ML
  • WE 94
  • IWC 92

Reviews for 2008 Ken Wright Cellars Pinot Noir Canary Hill Vineyard

WE 94
Wine Enthusiast - Wine Enthusiast, June 2010
The top wine from Ken Wright in 2008 this beautifully elegant wine clocks in at just 13.3% alcohol yet delivers a mouthful of delicious flavors. A lovely mix of cranberry pomegranate and wild raspberry is annotated with... The top wine from Ken Wright in 2008 this beautifully elegant wine clocks in at just 13.3% alcohol yet delivers a mouthful of delicious flavors. A lovely mix of cranberry pomegranate and wild raspberry is annotated with dusty herb. Excellent midpalate concentration and length. - P.G. (6/1/2010) - 94
IWC 92
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, July 2010
($55) Bright ruby-red. Pungent high-pitched aromas of red fruit preserves white pepper and potpourri; more expressive than the Nysa and also richer. Then high-pitched and intense in the mouth with a penetrating quality to... ($55) Bright ruby-red. Pungent high-pitched aromas of red fruit preserves white pepper and potpourri; more expressive than the Nysa and also richer. Then high-pitched and intense in the mouth with a penetrating quality to the sappy raspberry and herb flavors. This powerful yet vibrant wine finishes with lingering perfume and an echo of succulent herbs.
JJB 90
Chuck Hayward - JJ Buckley, August 2010
Effusive bright cherry aromas lie beneath traditional Willamette scents of fresh earth with hints of dark wood bark and smoky spices. Here is a classic 2008 vintage on the palate: pure medium weighted black cherry and... Effusive bright cherry aromas lie beneath traditional Willamette scents of fresh earth with hints of dark wood bark and smoky spices. Here is a classic 2008 vintage on the palate: pure medium weighted black cherry and cranberry that are framed with just enough tannins and acid to rein in any sense of heaviness. Some concentrated backward fruit on the finish bodes well for short-term cellaring.