Holloran Vineyard Wines Tasting
Join Bill Holloran, Owner, and Mark LaGasse, Winemaker, Holloran Vineyard Wines will guide you through a tasting of their award winning wines. Virtual Event May 20th. Includes 3 bottles shipped.
Date: May 20, 2021 tasting event starts a 7 pm. Zoom reservation opens at 6:30 pm.
Fee: $125 includes, 3 bottles of wine, shipping, and one zoom reservation for the live tasting event. Additional guests welcomed. Invite your friends and family.
Purchase your ticketed reservation at https://sunriverwomensclub.com/Art-Auction-Wine-Event Limited tickets available. Ticket sales close May 3rd.
Small production, sustainably farmed wines that represent the unique characteristics of our vineyards. As a grower and wine producer since 1999 in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, our handcrafted wines begin in the vineyards we own and farm. We emphasize low yields and careful hands-on management of the vines to produce wines that express the unique characteristics of our vineyard sites, including our older vines planted in the early 1970s.
Tasting Set Includes:
2017 Holloran LePavillon Chardonnay
A deep sniff of the glass provides aromas of creamy blood orange, with a hint of citrus. The 45-yearold own-rooted Chardonnay vines provide a range of flavors on the palate, with orange peel and spicy white chocolate. The finish is extended, with lovely acidity and a palate coating presence that lingers.
2015 Holloran La Chenaie Pinot Noir
The La Chenaie Pinot Noir shows its telltale dusty cherry nose, with bright high-tone aromas. These are typical aromas for the site, and for the hills on the western side of the Eola-Amity Hills. The palate provides beautiful, focused, linear flavors of red cherry and spice. The moderately long finish shows some ripe tannin and balancing acidity.
2018 Holloran Tempranillo Ealo-Amity
The nose presents aromas of rich black berries mixed with notes of allspice. The mid-palate offers deep, pure black cherry flavors. Firm, ripe tannins surround the long finish. Drink 2021–2030. Extended decanting (2–3 hours or more) is highly recommended in the early years.