The McKinlay clan has a long history of farming in Oregon, dating to the early 1900's when George Angus McKinlay dry-farmed cherries, apples, prunes and nuts on his farm in the Eola Hills region of Oregon's Willamette Valley. The McKinlay's are friendly, humble, hard-working, low-key and welcoming; their wines are a direct reflection. The winery is truly in the cellar - their house sits above it.
Great value from Oregon! A very good, well-balanced Pinot Noir. Bright red fruits with modest acidity make this easy to enjoy!