Party planning can’t get much easier than a movie night in the back yard. Make it better with Oregon wine. #orwine
The award for Best Supporting Actor in a Bottle goes to Willamette Valley Vineyards 2014 Whole Cluster Pinot Noir. This wine studied method acting with a French director- Beaujolais. Made using carbonic maceration – typical for many Beaujolais wines, this Pinot noir was the juicy, fruity, “pair with a glass” wine needed to complete the cast for movie night.
Carbonic maceration is a whole berry fermentation that results in a red wine with hardly any tannins (similar to the texture of a white wine). Super fun and easy to drink, we served this bottle slightly chilled. An encore would be welcome.
Consider this wine for your own movie night, to serve with light appetizers, or with BBQ.
Ten easy steps to hosting a backyard movie night:
10. Pour a glass, press play, and let the show begin.