Maysara Asha Pinot Noir
United States - Oregon - Willamette Valley

Asha is an ancient Persian Word describing one who has a clean conscience for good thoughts, words, and deeds with a pure demeanor and performance.
A bejeweled glassful of garnets, Asha snakes onto your palate with amarena cherries, clove and a tantalizing whisp of "¦ what is that? A distant campfire? Elegant and slippery tannins sway to a tune played upon vanilla violins.

Willamette Valley
Wine Type
100% Pinot Noir
Agricultural Practices
Demeter Biodynamic
Aged 22 months in 40% new French oak barrels

Pair with dishes that utilize slow braised meats, something with complex layers of spices and caramelization, as the mid-palate is ensorcelled with lively acidity and don't forget those tannins!

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2012 Maysara Asha Pinot Noir - 93 PTS - JS

2012 Maysara Asha Pinot Noir - 93 PTS - JS

james suckling hq logo plain"Aromas of walnuts, green-tea and strawberry character. Full body, lots of fresh and bright fruit, chewy yet velvety tannins and a flavorful finish. Lovely now but even better with a year or two's ageing to soften."

- James Suckling (November 2016), 93 pts

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Producer Information: Maysara

Maysara winery is nestled in the foothills of the McMinnville AVA, in Oregon's Willamette Valley. The Momtazi family is dedicated to biodynamic farming practices. What makes Maysara unique is that ...
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