St. Reginald Parish

The Marigny Pinot Noir Rosé Méthode Charmat NV


The Marigny Pinot Noir Rosé Méthode Charmat NV is a sparkling rosé crafted using the Méthode Charmat, also known as Martinotti method, which involves fermenting the wine in large pressurized tanks to produce its effervescence. Made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes, this rosé showcases a delicate pink hue in the glass. The nose offers vibrant aromas of strawberries, raspberries, and red currants, complemented by floral notes and a hint of citrus. On the palate, it's lively and refreshing, with flavors of red berries, tart cherry, and a touch of lemon zest. The fine bubbles and balanced acidity contribute to a crisp, clean finish.

Dry/Sweet:, Dry
Wine Type:, Rosé
Wine Style:, Light Body
Grapes:, Pinot Noir
Farming:, Organic
Vintage:, 2022
Alcohol:, 11.7%
Country:, United States
Region:, Willamette Valley
Appellation:, NA
Bottle Size:, 750ml
Sugar level:, Low Sugar, Zero Added Sugar

Food Pairing Ideas:

Seafood, light salads, and charcuterie.


Producer profile

St. Reginald Parish

In 2012, Andrew Reginald Young transitioned from his career as a New Orleans rock drummer to become a dedicated natural wine producer, with a focus on cooler climate vineyards situated within the Willamette Valley. His methodology underscores a low-intervention approach, aligning with the natural wine ethos.

Young extensively employs carbonic maceration to achieve a lighter wine profile. Each batch is subjected to fermentation with native yeasts, embodying a minimal intervention philosophy within the winery operations.

The naming of the winery amalgamates his middle name, Reginald, with his childhood neighborhood, St Tammany Parish, infusing both personal and geographical identity into his wine-making journey. Through this, he seamlessly blends his past experiences with his present venture in organic wine production, creating a unique narrative in the natural wine domain.

Wine region

Willamette Valley, United States

Willamette Valley AVA is located in western Oregon, stretching for about 120 miles south of Portland. The Willamette River runs through the entire region. Willamette Valley is famous primarily for its Pinot Noirs, and it’s become one of the world’s benchmarks for this cold-climate grape varietal, in some cases rivaling Burgundy.

The development of viticulture and winemaking in Willamette Valley can be attributed to the curiosity of a handful of University of California Davis students. In the 1960s they explored the area’s potential for viticulture and found that Pinot Noir would have adapted the best, and the rest is history.

In 1979, a Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley took part in the Gault-Millau French Wine Olympiades, beating several Burgundy Pinot Noirs, which at the time were regarded as the best expression of this fascinating grape varietal. This put Oregon and especially Willamette Valley one the wine world map.

Willamette Valley has been its own AVA since 1984, but in 2002 a movement to differentiate the valley’s terroirs started. As a result, several new sub-AVAs have been established in the past fifteen years: Dundee Hills, McMinnville, Eola-Amity Hills, Yamhill-Carlton District, and Chehalem Mountains and Ribbon Ridge.

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What is natural wine?

Natural wine is a type of wine made in small batches from hand-harvested organic or biodynamic grapes with minimal intervention in the cellar.
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What is Biodynamics?

Biodynamic wine is wine made with grapes farmed biodynamically. Biodynamic farming is a holistic approach to farming.
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Organic wine is made with grapes farmed organically. Organic farming is a type of farming alternative to conventional farming.
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What is vegan wine?

Vegan wine is wine made without using animal products during the fining phase of the clarification process. Before wine is bottled it is usually clarified.