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About Pull Eighty

"Pull Eighty" is a tribute to Patrick Edward Crowley, who served as the president of the New York Central Railroad from 1924 to 1931. His reputation for demanding maximum efficiency and a hard day's work led his friends and colleagues to coin a nickname for him based on his initials, P.E.C.: "Pull Eighty Cars." At that time, most locomotives pulled only 30 cars, but they had the potential to pull up to 80 cars on flat ground.
Pull Eighty is an exclusive Pinot Noir brand, made from two highly regarded vineyards in Oregon. This brand is the result of a commitment to an entire vintage's production and some tight lips. The names of the vineyards and the winemaker remain undisclosed, but this allows T. Edward to offer this wine at half of what it would normally sell for.

Additional Details:

  • Varietals: Pinot Noir
  • Country: United States
  • Region: Oregon
  • Sub Region: Willamette Valley