Zeroing In On Zena Crown

New and vintage Pinots show the distinctive appeal of this Eola-Amity Hills vineyard

Zeroing In On Zena Crown
First planted in 2003, Zena Crown Vineyard is one of Willamette Valley’s most sought-after sites for growing Pinot Noir. (Andréa Johnson)
From the Mar 31, 2022, issue

A tasting of 14 single-vineyard wines from Zena Crown shows why it is one of the Willamette Valley’s most sought-after vineyard sources for Pinot Noir. Joining some of Oregon's top winemakers to taste vintages back to 2011, senior editor Tim Fish weighs in on the wines and what makes the site so distinctive.

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