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  • 2014 Claudia's Choice Pinot Noir
  • 2014 Marcile Lorraine Pinot Noir
  • 2015 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
  • 2015 Broadley Estate Pinot Noir
  • 2015 Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir
  • 2015 Rocky Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir
2014 Broadley Vineyards Claudia's Choice Pinot Noir
Claudia's Choice is named for Broadley Vineyards co-founder Claudia Broadley. This beautiful wine is made from a section of our vineyard that seems to consistently display a distinctive character. These vines usually ripen a bit later and often set smaller clusters. The Claudia’s Choice wines are not meant to be fruit forward—we want to display the big, dark, and complex character that
typifies our Claudia’s Choice release.     

Wine Making Notes:
350 cases produced. Blend of Pommard and Wädenswil, the majority Pommard. Wild yeast fermentation. Split into two 3 ton open top Taransaud oak fermentors spending 14-21 days. Starting with pump overs and then two punch downs a day. 40% new Tarasund barrels the balance neutral 14-18 months in oak.

2014 Broadley Vineyards Marcile Lorraine

Marcile Lorraine Marcile Lorraine, named for founder Craig Broadley’s mother, is produced each year from the same distinctive block of old vine Pinot Noir. In production we use a cooler fermentation, tighter-grained wood, and low toast barrels. The result is a big, jammy, spicy, wine with plenty of upfront dark fruit character—the kind of wine that lots of people love!

Wine Making Notes:
150 cases produced. Blend of Wädenswil and Pommard, the majority Wädenswil. Wild yeast fermentation. Fermented in a 1.5 open top oak fermentor for 14-21 days. Starting with pump overs and then two punch downs a day. 40% new Taransaud barrels the balance neutral. 14-18 months in barrel.

2015 Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Wine Making Notes:
Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is a blend from highly regarded vineyards in the
Color: Transparent core, medium body, rich ruby red.
Nose: Raspberry and cherry aromas dominate, with hints of cranberry, spice and subtle mushroom/earth. Mouth/Palate Profile: Flavors of black raspberry, pomegranate, leather and earth open mid-palate sliding to the back of the tongue, with an enveloping feel of etchy tannin and acid. The Broadley Willamette Valley selection is very approachable with good fruit/acid/tannin profile. The finish makes you want to taste again just to get the nice dark fruit flavors. 3000 cases produce.  All de-stemmed fruit.  Wild yeast fermentation. Fermented for 10-14 days in open top stainless steel (4.5 ton) and plastic bins (1.5)Two punch downs a day.  In barrel 9 - 10 months in neutral oak barrels “A Satisfying Value Wine. ”

2015 Broadley Vineyards Pinot Noir Estate

Our Estate bottling shows the power of our site. Composed of a variety of blocks containing older and newer vines, it represents a cross-section of the flavors producted by our warmer version of the Willamette Valley's "cool" climate - and at a price that allows a larger number of consumers to experience the "Broadley difference."

Estate Tasting Notes
The aromas are focused and appealingly creamy notes of raspberry and cherry fruit. The same fruitiness is apparent on the tongue, with a bright, and fresh edge to the cherry and black raspberry flavor concentration. There is also a nice sweetness to the fruit, and hints of dried herbs, a touch of minerality, and notes of dried wood that add depth and complexity.


2015 Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir

The Shea Vineyard, owned by Dick and Deirdre Shea, is perhaps the most respected and sought after growing site for Pinot Noir in the Northwest.  The quality and elegance of its fruit is famous enough for Shea Vineyard to be considered one of only five American Pinot Noir vineyards worthy of a Grand Cru designation by Wine Enthusiast magazine. Shea Vineyard's Yamhill County location and sedimentary soils give us a new terroir to work with, and a new expression of Broadley style.

Wine Making Notes:

2015 Vintage Tasting Notes:
Color: Transparent core, medium body, rich ruby red.
Nose: Ripe black raspberry aromas mingle effortlessly with an edge of cranberry and floral spice, with subtle earthy/forest floor aroma.
Mouth/Palate Profile: Rich flavors of black cherry and raspberry open mid-palate and are embraced by bold forward and mid-palate acid/tannin profile, with earth, cola, and chalky minerality on the finish. The Broadley Shea selection demonstrates a delightful nose and tightly wrapped core of black fruit and cola. The finish is there, but will be more enticing after a few years in the cellar. 777 and Wädenswil clone. Wild yeast fermentation. Fermented in a 3 ton open top Taransaud wood fermentor 14-21 days. Starting with pump overs in the early stage and then moving to 3 punch downs a day 30% new Francois Freres barrel the balance in neutral 12 months in barrel.

2015 Rocky Hill Pinot Noir
 2015 Rocky Hill Pinot Noir:

Color: Transparent core, medium body, ruby red.

Nose: Aromas of red cherry, cranberry, allspice and sweet oak.

Mouth/Palate Profile: Well-balanced, mid-palate acid/tannins surround flavors of cherry, cola, earthy
mushroom and fine grain tannins on the finish.

The Broadley Rocky Hill Vineyard selection demonstrates balanced acid/tannin profile cradling fruit and cola flavors on a silky finish. For a great pairing, try roast pork with a cranberry glaze and risotto with stewed tomatoes and Taleggio cheese.



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