We know it says "Willamette Valley Pinot Noir" on the label here, but please take a look at the color of wine through the glass (it's clear! That's on purpose!), and know that things are made a little bit differently here. Carbonic maceration is a technique in winemaking that results in wines that are a lot more primary, or, they taste a lot more like bright fruit and a lot less like Serious Red Wines. If what you like is an oaky, polished, full-bodied Oregon Pinot, pass this one by—but if you're looking for something that has candy apple-but-dry, red Jolly Rancher but herbal vibes, this is the one.