Domaine Drouhin’s Roserock’s Pinot Noir 2014 is a stylish and very serious bottle, faithfully transmitting the notion of ‘French soil, Oregon soil’.
Pretty ruby hue in the glass, with exciting aromas of florals, ripe summer berries and spice. Note the dark berry preserves, a touch of caramel, black cherry, dried flowers, and tilled earth when you take a sip. Impeccable structure and balance, with good mouth weight and a long finish. Top quality volcanic soils and supreme farming account for the complexity and concentration in the Roserock. It will evolve for the next 7-10 years, but fully ready to enjoy now with seared ahi tuna, a crispy duck breast, or even take out Shanghai noodles.