Penner-Ash

Rùbeo Oregon Pinot Noir Syrah

9.083 ratings
8.98 pro ratings
Oregon, USA
Pinot Noir, Syrah
Lamb, Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
Top Notes For
John Needham CSW

I really like both of these varietals on their own and would have never thought of blending them. PA did a good job here, but I think Pinot Noir excels on its own. I give them a 9 because it was a well built wine and a good try. Really like how Oregon is moving outside of just the willamette.

I really like both of these varietals on their own and would have never thought of blending them. PA did a good job here, but I think Pinot Noir excels on its own. I give them a 9 because it was a well built wine and a good try. Really like how Oregon is moving outside of just the willamette.

Oct 1st, 2016
Louie Christensen

You know that friend that went off to college/live in southern CA, and made friends with questionable people, and you just watch them lose their dignity with every Instagram/Facebook post?....Syrah is Pinot's questionable friend. Sure, it brings out some new aspects, and personality...but ultimately you wish you had your old friend back. (Ripe fruit, a HINT of teriyaki jerky, and well integrated oak)

You know that friend that went off to college/live in southern CA, and made friends with questionable people, and you just watch them lose their dignity with every Instagram/Facebook post?....Syrah is Pinot's questionable friend. Sure, it brings out some new aspects, and personality...but ultimately you wish you had your old friend back. (Ripe fruit, a HINT of teriyaki jerky, and well integrated oak)

Sep 24th, 2015
Sybaritewino C.Lawrence

rather neutral. like a person who makes no impression but serves a purpose even if we know not what the purpose is.

rather neutral. like a person who makes no impression but serves a purpose even if we know not what the purpose is.

Sep 16th, 2015
Adrienne Stillman

Very fun blend -- seemed like strange bedfellows at first but the Syrah & Pinot Noir play very well together.

Very fun blend -- seemed like strange bedfellows at first but the Syrah & Pinot Noir play very well together.

Jul 18th, 2015
Eric Urbani

Well done blend of Pinot and Syrah

Well done blend of Pinot and Syrah

Jul 3rd, 2015
Chris Holinger

The blend I'm excited about right now: works with a filet of salmon or steak. Can make it as a session wine as well. Looking forward to trying some of the elders...

The blend I'm excited about right now: works with a filet of salmon or steak. Can make it as a session wine as well. Looking forward to trying some of the elders...

Jan 27th, 2015
Tom Elliot

Founder Northwest Wines

9.0

Oregon Pinot Noir and Syrah can get along very well together. Think Passe-Tout-Grains only better.

Oregon Pinot Noir and Syrah can get along very well together. Think Passe-Tout-Grains only better.

Dec 16th, 2014
Fred Somers

Nice fruit, earthy, notes of chocolate.

Nice fruit, earthy, notes of chocolate.

Feb 11th, 2018
Sipping Fine Wine

Lynn Penner-Ash and her husband, Ron, started Penner-Ash in 1988. Deep red with fresh fruit aromas and spice. A blend of Pinot Noir (70%) and Syrah (30%), on the palate strawberry and raspberry flavors with cinnamon spice and toasty oak notes. A rare Pinot blend that PA pulls off very well. Good balance with acidity, lingering finish ending with tobacco and espresso notes. Nice value.

Lynn Penner-Ash and her husband, Ron, started Penner-Ash in 1988. Deep red with fresh fruit aromas and spice. A blend of Pinot Noir (70%) and Syrah (30%), on the palate strawberry and raspberry flavors with cinnamon spice and toasty oak notes. A rare Pinot blend that PA pulls off very well. Good balance with acidity, lingering finish ending with tobacco and espresso notes. Nice value.

Feb 4th, 2018
Nick McCarty

Justin and I ❤️ this 🍷

Justin and I ❤️ this 🍷

Jan 20th, 2018