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Day Wines Deep Blue Pinot Noir


Day Wines began in 2012 when Brianna Day scraped together enough money to buy some Pinot grapes from the Silvershot Vineyard. It got written up on an online forum, and suddenly she sold out of all 125 cases. The next year, while working in a restaurant, she waited on a couple who took an interest in her project and offered to invest. Today, with their help, Day makes 17 different bottlings, a total of 6,000 cases, and operates a shared winery, which she calls Day Camp, with five other winemakers.

Deep Blue is a blend of seven biodynamic or organically farmed vineyards in the Willamette Valley; Cassin, Roshni, Johan, Momtazi, Nemarniki, Finnigan Hill and Claygate. The vineyards and barrels Brianna selected were chosen for their deeper, blue and black fruit attributes, as well as their lush and silky textures. Think blueberry pie with baking spices, unsweetened cocoa powder, dark cherry, black raspberries, and summer in a conifer forest. She used 30% whole clusters to give the wine a good tannic structure, and the ample acid shows good promise for aging prospects.

A portion of the profits of Deep Blue will be donated to Oregon Kelp Alliance, an organization who promotes the restoration of our oceans and creation of sustainable, carbon capturing food, through providing support to small kelp and shellfish farms along the Southern Oregon coast.


Day Wines Deep Blue Pinot Noir