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Pinot Noir is the world’s most popular light-bodied red wine. Some love Oregon Pinot Noir, other prefer a bottle from the Russian River Valley. Souther Napa has Pinot Noir from America's favorite growing region as well as the world over.
Pinot Noir is loved for its red fruit, flower, and spice aromas that are accentuated by a long, smooth finish.
$18.00Dark ruby color. Light to medium bodied with aromas and flavors of raspberry, tart cherry, spice with a touch of earth. Supple and balanced with a smooth finish.
The Pinot Noir fruit for this wine is grown in some of the finest regions within the diverse North Coast appellation. The Beckstoffer Vineyard in the Carneros Napa region was tapped for 45% of the fruit going into the blend.
An additional 24% of the blend comes from the Pauli Ranch in southern Mendocino County which lends pretty floral aromas and really softens the overall wine.
This Pinot Noir is a true, ruby red in the glass with vibrant aromas of strawberry, cranberry, rose petal, and brewed black tea. The palate is fresh with loads of red fruit, mushroom, soy and pomegranate flavors. The wine is distinctively coastal in style with cooler climate characteristics including complex flavors of forest floor and spice and with bright acidity that heighten the texture and length.
This is a well-made wine that's generous in aromas and flavors. It is a little taut and appetizing in texture and balanced by good acidity. Cinnamon and red-cherry aromas are followed by snappy cherry and raspberry flavors. The wine is medium bodied and lightly tannic.
Dark ruby in the glass, aromas of blackberries and roasted almonds mingle with nuances of toasted marshmallows and brown sugar. Soft and velvety, robust with a voluptuous and full-bodied mouthfeel, the palate unfolds with luxurious layers of intense red cherry, and a delicate hint of blueberry (imparted by the Malbec). A long, lingering finish instills a lasting impression of rich, concentrated flavors, vanilla bean and toasted oak.
Richly-flavored and full-bodied, this Pinot Noir does not shy away from heartier fare. Serve with a dry-rubbed porterhouse steak, roast duck – the pairings are endless.
$30.00The Ken Wright Cellars Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is a thoughtful blend of most of world-class single vineyard Pinot noir sites. The aromatics showcase the volcanic influence having impressive depth of pronounced Bing Cherry and Marionberry. Warm flavors of cola, and baking spices, which are sedimentary driven, are wrapped in perfectly balanced acidity. Mouthwatering and juicy.
$25.00Ruby and bright. Well balanced Oregon Pinot. Medium fruit, acidity, tannins. Fruit forward red berry, moderate baking spice, a hint of tart pomegranate.
$35.00 $38.00Heady aromatics of black currant, rose water, and blueberries leap from the glass of this intensely perfumed Pinot Noir. Exotic flavors of tamarind, marionberry, and cola mingle with hints of coffee, mint, and violet. The mouth is layered and richly textured, with a long, silky palate that leads to a long finish.
$53.00Migration is dedicated to crafting wines from the finest cool-climate winegrowing regions highlighting lush fruit, bright acidity and impeccably balanced oak. This dedication has taken us to the storied vineyards of California’s Sonoma Coast, where clockwork fog and Goldridge sandy loam soils have contributed to a Pinot Noir with beautiful high-tone red fruit flavors of cherry, cranberry and strawberry and enticing hints of orange-cinnamon spice.
Southing refers to the south-facing hillside bluffs found on theestate vineyard. Each year, the goal for this wine is to create the ideal marriage of complexity and elegance. Southing is a true expression of the terroir of Sea Smoke Vineyard: seductive flavors and fine tannins complimented by cool climate acidity.
Ten is named for the ten Pinot Noir clones found on the estate vineyard. A very masculine wine, it is brooding and intense, with firm, mature tannins and a long, velvety finish. Ten is not for the faint-of-heart and has been known, on occasion, to convert even the most fanatic Cabernet lover.
$43.00From Emmanuel Kemiji
$25.00Aromas of ripe cherry and plum. Flavors of pomegranate and black raspberry linger on the mid-palate. Pairs beautifully with salmon, all white fish, meat and duck.
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This Oregon Pinot Noir offers aromas of Italian plum, black cherry and dark chocolate. On the palate, it shows primary flavors of cola and cranberry, and secondary flavors of pink peppercorn and toasted tobacco. Dense and opulent on the finish.
A fragrant dried rose petal and berry potpourri flows a lush, juicy entry. Darker raspberry preserve and blackberry flavors fill the midpalate, with clove and forest floor accents showing through to the finish. This wine is opulent and silky start to end, with lovely fruit and spice notes that linger on the palate.
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#55 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2019
Plush, featuring creamy notes that accent the concentrated cherry tart, dark plum and currant flavors, taking on a pastrylike richness. Sandalwood and spice details linger on the finish, with chocolate hints. Drink now through 2023.
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$23.00Dark and brooding, this classic pinot noir displays aromas of rose petals, earth and spice. It is sophisticated and elegant, yet solid and substantial; an iron fist in a velvet glove. The estate grown Hyland Vineyard showcases wild raspberry and black cherry fruit; its firm acid backbone and long lingering finish make it an excellent representation of the vintage in Oregon. A once in a lifetime alignment of perfectly grown Pinot Noir and poignant winemaking.
Pretty cranberry (ruby-garnet) color. Cherry, spice and cranberry aromas. Light-to-medium-bodied. Sour cherry, baking spice on the palate, with bittersweet fruit watermelon candy on the finish. Wild mushroom pizza, herbed, oven-roasted chicken, a seared duck breast or any lighter grilled meats would all make good partners for this pretty, delicate, everyday wine.
No two years are alike, especially in Oregon wine country, this is part of what keeps the winemakers and growers of the Willamette Valley enthralled with the challenge of each unique vintage. The 2016 growing season started early in spring and didn’t slow down, bringing the earliest start date of harvest on record. The summer was long and dry, which gave intense beautiful fruit in the vineyard with more texture and intensity than usual; if you enjoy rich, full, fruit forward wines, seek out those made in the Willamette Valley during 2016.
Tasting Notes: garnet color, black currant, black cherry, cocoa, ripe strawberry, lush texture.
AROMAS - cherry, vanilla, balsam forest floor, mushroom
FLAVORS - concentrated fruit, sweet cherry, vanilla, very pretty
STRUCTURE - bright acidity, good mid-palate weight, balance all the way through
Cranberry, persimmon, bay leaf, black pepper
Black cherry, boysenberry, cinnamon and hints of clove. Pleasantly firm tannins hold the long finish, which is highlighted by juicy acidity and spice.
Refined and well-structured, with expressive raspberry & rose petal aromas that open to densely layered cherry, stony mineral & black tea flavors, building tension toward fine-grained tannins.
$32.00Earth and spice dominate the nose of this deep red wine. To be precise, we detect five-spice, sandalwood, cherry, black raspberry, rose petal and hints of dried orange peel. Silky but mouth coating tannins and good acidity frame flavors of fresh red cherry, spice and everything nice, wrapped up by a persistent finish.
$33.00This is a dry rosé with aromas and flavors of sweet juicy watermelon, strawberry, white Georgia peach, and honeysuckle. It is smooth, pleasing, and clean on the palate, with a rich, juicy finish.
Rose of Pinot Noir
A deliciously fruity wine whose dryness is masked by the ripe, exuberant red fruit flavors. Acidity keeps the wine fresh, crisp and bright. It’s light, lively and ready to drink.
"This wine has a beautiful balance of raspberry fruit profile with warm spice, black tea and a delicate cocoa. The fruit on the palate is juicy but if you lean in there is a quiet brooding character to this wine that still has a lot yet to give. The Acid holds the fruit in check and the tannins keep the gentle momentum into a long finish. In a word, ‘delicious.'"
Enticing, fragrant complexity with ripe, boysenberry and red-cherry notes, married to a plush palate that has an attractive, balanced and velvety feel. Long, fresh-fruit flavors hold smoothly. Drink or hold. - James Suckling
$31.00Subtlety is the secret inside this wine. It begins with sophisticated fragrances of black cherries and violets while showcasing an elegantly expressive palate of ripe bramble fruit and subtle tannins. As the personal favorite of the owner David Teece, it is grown in the highest elevation in the vineyard.
$25.00Beautiful aromatics of blackberry, cinnamon stick, dried cranberry and cedar jump from the glass. The mouth is supple with strawberry, balsamic reduction, lavender, thyme and cocoa powder finishing with soft tannins laced with black licorice
Sourced from a pair of Yamhill-Carlton vineyards, this steely effort opens with herbal beet-root aromatics. It's tight and a bit attenuated, with streaks of anise, tart berry and a touch of rhubarb. It slowly fleshes out with ample aeration.
Forager Pinot Noir illustrates that careful, experienced selection, blending and maturation of Pinot Noir lots grown in the Willamette Valley can deliver delicious flavors and interest. Excellent low-yielding sites, classic low-impact Burgundian winemaking techniques and careful maturation in top new French oak capture the typicity of this area - and the purity of this noble red grape variety.
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Deeply fruity, with blueberry and blackberry pie over a subtle backdrop of honeycombs and French oak.
Instantly irresistible with mouthwatering tension evolving to a balanced, focused finish.
The Rincon Vineyard is the home vineyard where Don Talley planted the first vines of Talley Vineyards in 1982 and where the winery is located. Consisting of two hillsides rising from the floor of the Arroyo Grande Valley, the clay calcareous soils of the West Rincon Vineyard yield wines with distinctive mineral and iron notes.
Aromas of strawberry, slate, cherry and mint with flavors of raspberry, black tea, flint and cranberry on the palate.