Silice is a rich, bold Oregon Pinot Noir from Bergström, made with fruit grown in sandy soil close to the winery itself.
One of the finest sources of Pinot Noir, not just in the United States, but in the world, Bergström's story began in 1999, when Josh and Caroline returned to the Willamette Valley, where his parents had been sowing ...Learn more
“Limpid ruby. Expansive raspberry preserve, cherry pie, floral pastille and incense aromas, along with a vibrant mineral quality. Juicy, vibrant and smooth on the palate, offering sappy, alluringly sweet red and dark berry and Asian spice flavors that tighten up slowly on the back half. Shows superb depth and clarity; there are no rough edges to be found. Refuses to let go on the finish, which features harmonious tannins and an array of exotic spice and floral notes.”
“This is Josh’s most opulent wine every year, with deep sandy soils that have a high quartz content. Warm, ripe and with subtle earth and spice notes. Generous with a bit of bitter plum, spice and ginger. Sweetly fruited and quite mineral.”
“‘Silice’ is French for silica, the name of the rocks found in the sandy soil of Chehalem Mountains. Ripe cherries and raspberries with spices ...”