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Résonance, located in the Yamhill Carlton AVA of Oregon’s Willamette Valley represents Maison Louis Jadot’s first venture outside France since their inception in 1859, and brings together one of the world’s most outstanding winemaking regions with one of the most preeminent wineries and winemaking teams.
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Led by famed Jadot Winemaker Jacques Lardière, Guillaume Large and Thibault Gagey, Jadot has a longstanding tradition of making terroir-driven wines, and, with Résonance, delivers wines that beautifully expresses the Willamette Valley region.
Grapes for this wine come from our estate vineyards (Résonance and Découverte Vineyards) and top vineyards in the Willamette Valley. The wine exhibits an expressive nose of strawberry, cherry, rose, orange peel, liquorice leading in to an elegant palate, with bright acidity and a lot of fruity notes.
This signature estate Pinot Noir is a pure expression of the organically dry-farmed Résonance Vineyard, planted on un-grafted rootstock in 1981. The wine features complex flavors with notes of black cherry, blond tobacco, black truffle, violet flowers, and a minerality that gives a vibrant finale.
Meaning “Discovery” in French and produced from the second Estate Vineyard owned by Résonance, the Découverte Vineyard Pinot Noir displays the best of the Dundee Hills AVA. Elegant yet structured, the wine is complex on the nose and palate with flavors of blackberries, wild mint, fresh liquorice and elegant floral notes.