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Résonance Single Vineyard Pinot Noirs Resonated with Me, Will They Resonate with You?

May 14, 2024

The word “resonance” is derived from the Latin word “resonantia,” which means “echo,” or from the root “resonare” — to “sound again.” The aptly named Résonance Wines in the Willamette Valley resonated with Maison Louis Jadot from France and will resonate with wine lovers. And the wines resonated with me as the single vineyard Pinot Noirs reflect the terroir.

Originally planted in 1981, Resonance Vineyard can be found tucked into the Coast Range hills near Carlton. The Pinot Noir vines are un-grafted, own-rooted, a rarity. In addition to the Résonance Vineyard, Résonance Wines has three other estate vineyards in the Willamette Valley. All four vineyards, totaling 140 acres of vines, are certified organic and dry-farmed.

Excerpt Taken From: Men’s Journal
Author: Allison Levine

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