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Vintage Pinot Noir Tasting Flight

Date: Fri, Jun 17, 2022 - Sun, Jun 19, 2022
Time 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Venue: McGregor Vineyard
Phone: (800) 272-0192

Pinot Noir Vintage Tasting Flight
June 17th - June 19th

Reservations are required

"A line up of McGregor's 2010 and 2011 Pinot Noirs make a bold statement for Finger Lakes Pinot..." -Wine Enthusiast Magazine, 2015

Join us for a tasting flight and chocolate pairing while we revisit some of our wines recommended by Wine Enthusiast magazine. Enjoy with some paired chocolate and see for yourself how these wines have aged in 10+ years.


2019 Pinot Noir (new release)
2011 Pinot Noir
2011 Pinot Noir Reserve
2010 Pinot Noir
2010 Pinot Noir Reserve



2019 Pinot Noir - New Release!

This is a “single clone” Pinot Noir, produced from our Gamay Beaujolais clone. It is medium bodied, red fruit forward and already very approachable. This is the smallest Pinot Noir bottling in years; it’ll be gone quickly.

2011 Pinot Noir - 92 Points (full review)

"A line up of McGregor's 2010 and 2011 Pinot Noirs make a bold statement for Finger Lakes Pinot, but the regular label 2011 is drinking particularly well now. Lifted violet and berry notes are intoxicating on this spicy, deftly balanced wine. Rich, ripe black-cherry and raspberry flavors blend into a liquid silk on the palate, but are framed squarely by fine-grained tannins and a spray of cranberry acidity. The finish goes on and on. Likely to drink beautifully from now through at least 2020."

2011 Pinot Noir Reserve -  91 Points (full review)

"Moss and wood notes mingle with violet and lavender perfume on this elegant, subtly nuanced Pinot Noir. Ripe, rich black-cherry and berry flavors are offset by a brisk acidity and a penetrating mineral backbone. It's lovely now, but structured enough, and still boldly tannic, to merit further cellar aging. Drink from 2020–2025."

2010 Pinot Noir - 89 Points (full review)

"Intensely ripe black cherry and plum flavors are tinged with earthy tones of granite and fallen leaves in this lush, concentrated Pinot Noir. While forward and almost ruddy with fruit, brisk acidity and fine tannins along with subtle spice and cedar notes lend balance. It's a four-square, balanced wine that finishes long."

2010 Pinot Noir Reserve - 90 Points (full review)

"This wine highlights heady new-oak tones of spice, vanilla and cedar, yet maintains elegance from nose to finish. Ripe black cherry and plum flavors penetrate on the palate, with a framing of soft tannins and bright cranberry acidity. The finish is long and a touch mineral."