(From 2011 Vintage) Elegant and complex aromas of bing cherries, cranberries, red currants, raspberries and strawberries, a combination of wild flowers and fresh forest berries that epitomize Oregon Pinot Noir. The juicy red fruit flavors open the attack then evolve in the mouth to darker fruit flavors with spice and mineral overtones. The wine shows ripe tannins and a succulent texture that give definition and lift to the surprisingly long finish.
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Very old world in style. Low alcohol, medium to low fruits, excellent acids and low tannins. Few signs of new oak. Good for food pairing: roast veal, mushroom risotto, roast chicken.
the wine seemed to be faulty although it is a screwcap - tight, dry, no fruitiness, character or length...so either it was faulty or I disagree with nearly everyone about this wine.
Light, smooth finish, very enjoyable. Somewhat fruity.
very good, would drink often, smooth and peppery
light...quite dry...minerally...mild fruit
hints of berries, smooth long finish