2017 PINOT NOIR
VINEYARDs | Alloro, Nemarniki
clones | Dijon 115, DIJON 667, WÄdenswil, pommard
APPELLATION | CHEHALEM MOUNTAINS
WINEMAKERS | Jacques Tardy and Jon Tomaselli
HARVEST DATES | SEPTEMBER 28–OCTOBER 28, 2017
BOTTLING | JANUARY 2, 2019
ALCOHOL | 13.1%
PRODUCTION | 60 BOTTLES / 5 cases
2017 Sibling Revelry Pinot Noir is sourced from brother-sister duo David Nemarnik of Alloro Vineyard and Diane Nemarnik of Nemarniki Vineyard in the Chehalem Mountains AVA. Growing and winemaking has been a Nemarnik family passion and tradition for generations. The fruit is harvested, fermented and barreled down in small lots separated by vineyard block, clone and yeast strain. These sustainably grown and farmed sites produce a bright, rich Pinot noir with dark fruit notes and spicy, textured tannins.
offspring having one or both parents in common; a brother or sister.
lively and boisterous festivities, especially when these involve drinking a large amount of alcohol. “Sounds of revelry issued into the night”
Torii Mor Winery was founded in 1993 by Donald Olson, MD, who remains the owner to this day. Since its modest beginnings with just over 1,000 cases, Torii Mor has blossomed into a premium winery that focuses on small lots of handcrafted vineyard-designated Pinot noir. With Burgundy in his blood, winemaker Jacques Tardy is passionately producing world-class Pinot noir in the Dundee Hills of Oregon. With a commitment to sustainability, Torii Mor has achieved LIVE Certification for both our Olson Estate Vineyard and our LEED Gold–Certified winery while continuing to craft high-quality, complex wines that possess a quiet elegance.