St. Reginald Parish - The Marigny Pinot Noir Method Carbonic Yamhill-Carlton District 2021
St. Reginald Parish is a winery based in Oregon's Willamette Valley currently focused on small-production lots of Pinot Noir. We seek to serve the vineyards we work with by using native yeasts and minimal intervention in the winery. Our hope is to capture the spirit of each year through every vintage we put in bottle, preserving the past so we may remember it in the future.
Andrew Reginald Young left behind a career as a New Orleans rock drummer in 2012 to make low-intervention wines from cooler climate vineyard sites in the Willamette Valley. He works with a lot of carbonic maceration to keep the wines light, all fermented with native yeasts and minimal intervention in the winery. The name of the winery is an amalgamation on his middle name, Reginald, and his neighborhood growing up in New Orleans, St Tammany Parish.
Our Carbonic Pinot Noir is light in tannin and heavy on vibes.
“Living somewhere between fruit roll-ups and classic Beaujolais, our Carbonic Pinot Noir is light in tannin and heavy on vibes. Serve with salads, pool parties, roasted lamb and pilgrimages to Joshua Tree.”
Personality: Raspberries, the very, very beginning, the future
Producer: St. Reginald Parish
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Country: United States
Region: Oregon, Willamette Valley