Lot 531 | 2014 Willamette Valley
Finally - the first Willamette Valley Pinot Noir we've offered! Archetypal Oregon Pinot - a rustic, earthy, high-acidity wine with a distinct tart cherry character.
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- Willamette Valley
- Pinot Noir
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- 400 cases
- Now through 2031
- Release Email
SUPERB value for a substantive, ageworthy P.N.!
PnP 12/29/2018. A substantial, deeply fruited wine which is an EXCELLENT example of top notch OR P.N.! I'm planning on holding my remaining bottle until at LEAST '21. *Great* selection, Cam! :)
CH Wine Fan
Classic Great Oregon Pinot Noir
This is a great example of Oregon pinot noir. Would expect to pay @X for this quality. Thanks CH!
PS I hope you get some more from this winery.
Wonderful Pinot that like most Willamette Pinots straddles new and old world. Certainly not the big fruit of CA or the earthiness of Burgundy. This is delightful that does seem a bit young now. It needs time in the bottle to truly reach its peak. A very drinkable wine that just seems a bit austere now.
Young, bright, raspberry fruit and a deep color. Offers some acidity with perfect ripeness. Pairing with veal and a shrimp appetizer. Well done!
any pinot is perfered o.
Love the fully body fresh clean taste. Love the fruit taste before or after dinner. I got mine at a super value. Keep up the great tasting selections.
Great Pinot for the money
All the characteristics of Willamette Valley fruit at a great price. This could use a little aging to let the wine fully integrate. Well done!
Toward the better end of Oregon
In a perfect world, I would drink (and could routinely afford) great Burgundy. Likewise, I still enjoy Central Coast and some of the less heavy, more interesting, Russian River Pinots. Have been less a fan of Oregon pinot. Fruity, less finesse than advertised, but really quite good.
Great Pinot Noir
I was waiting long time for a Pinot Noir from Oregon.
Buy it while it lasts!
Very pleased with this purchase. The wine is elegant and sophisticated. Certainly not the overextracted bowl of cherries that is far too common. Dark, rich and mellow, this is a pleasing pairing for many dishes. For us, it was great with grilled pork tenderloin.
Paul from Connecticut
Truly worth the price.
At first I was a little put off because of the screw top but I included 6 bottles in an order. Once I tasted though, wow! better order more before it's gone. Okay so I ended up ordering 3 more cases but, is there such a thing as having too much great wine?