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2012 Lange Estate Three Hills Cuvee

Wine Review: 2012 Lange Estate Three Hills Cuvee, Willamette Valley, Oregon

The 2012 Lange Estate Three Hills Cuvee is a great Chardonnay that was sourced from Dijon blocks located in the Dundee Hills—one block of 76 clone from Freedom Hill, another block from mixed Dijon clones from the Durant Vineyards and another from Lange Estate. The winery has been making Chardonnay for roughly 27 years and the style shows they have the experience to display what Oregon brings to the table. Flavors are lively and enticing, with lemon and melon at the forefront with mineral undertones that pull you in. Pair it with your favorite seafood. 281 case production. 

Rating: Excellent (90) | $38 | 13.3% ABV

Lange Estate Winery Three Hills Cuvee

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