Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Oregon Pinot Noir Wine

Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Oregon Pinot Noir Wine

Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Oregon Pinot Noir Wine

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Embark on a sensory journey through the lush vineyards of Oregon with the Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Oregon Pinot Noir Wine. Crafted with precision and passion by the celebrated Francis Ford Coppola Winery, this Pinot Noir is a true expression of the region's cool climate, presenting a wine of finesse, complexity, and elegance.

In the glass, the Oregon Pinot Noir unveils a beautiful ruby-red hue, offering a visual invitation to the layers of flavors within. Grown in select vineyards within the renowned Willamette Valley, the Pinot Noir grapes benefit from the region's unique terroir, resulting in a wine that captures the essence of the Pacific Northwest.

The nose is a delightful bouquet of red berries, ripe cherries, and subtle floral notes. This aromatic symphony provides a preview of the wine's vibrant and nuanced palate. On the tongue, the Pinot Noir showcases a perfect balance of bright acidity and silky tannins, with flavors of red currants, cranberries, and a touch of earthiness.

Versatile and food-friendly, the Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Oregon Pinot Noir is an ideal companion for a range of dishes. Whether paired with roasted poultry, grilled salmon, or enjoyed on its own, this wine enhances the dining experience with its refined character and approachability.

Presented in the iconic diamond-shaped bottle, this Pinot Noir is more than a wine; it is a symbol of sophistication and a tribute to the cinematic legacy of Francis Ford Coppola. Elevate your wine experience with the Diamond Collection Oregon Pinot Noir – where the cool climate of Oregon meets the artistry of one of Hollywood's most celebrated filmmakers. Cheers to the timeless elegance captured in every bottle.

The Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Oregon Pinot Noir graces the glass with a beautiful ruby-red hue, offering a glimpse into the wine's vibrant and inviting nature.

The aromatic profile unfolds with an enticing bouquet of red berries and ripe cherries. Subtle floral notes add a layer of complexity, providing a delightful preview of the wine's nuanced and expressive character.

Upon the first sip, this Pinot Noir captivates with a perfect harmony of bright acidity and silky tannins. Flavors of red currants and cranberries dance on the palate, creating a refreshing and vibrant experience. A subtle earthiness adds depth, contributing to the wine's overall complexity.

The finish is lingering and elegant, with the red fruit flavors evolving gracefully. Francis Coppola Diamond Collection Oregon Pinot Noir leaves a lasting impression of finesse and sophistication, inviting further exploration and appreciation.

In 2006, the Coppola family purchased the historic Château Souverain in Sonoma County, not far from your wine store Santa Rosa, making it home to the wines of his by then popular Diamond Collection. This became Francis Ford Coppola Winery.The inspiration for the Diamond Collection was a bottle of 1906 Claret we found in the cellar of the Napa Valley property we purchased in 1975. I designed a new label reminiscent of this old bottle and created the Diamond Collection Black Label Claret, which is our company's most recognized offering.
Titled “It Takes Time to Make a Diamond”, the campaign connects with consumers by telling emotive stories of notable individuals who have faced and persevered through adversity, recognizing as its first subject the winery's founder, famed film director Francis Ford Coppola.Winemaking in the Coppola family dates back to the 1920s when Francis's grandfather, Agostino Coppola, made wine in the basement of his New York apartment building using concrete vats he constructed himself.Coppola's reputation as a filmmaker was cemented with the release of The Godfather (1972), which revolutionized the gangster genre of filmmaking, receiving strong commercial and critical reception. The Godfather won three Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay (shared with Mario Puzo).
Diamonds were formed billions of years ago and are extremely rare because so few are able to survive the difficult journey from the pits of the earth to reach the earth's surface. From the diamonds that are being mined today, only about 50 percent are thought to be high enough quality to be sold on the diamond market.

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