Gorgeous. Nose is crystalline. Sweet cantaloupe, gorgeous minerality and its all presented in a narrow tunnel that is so focused. Some herbs as well. So clear and clean. Palate is equally as crystalline with stunning focus, precision and minerality. Just so taut and luscious with unreal juiciness. This is young and will continue to unwind. 9.4 for now but I will be back. — a month ago
Smells like eating black cap raspberries in the middle of a fresh tilled garden of thyme and spring lettuces. — 5 months ago
Highly aromatic with notes of black pepper, tobacco and crushed raspberries. — 6 months ago
Failed to snap a pic, so this one added via search option. Purchased at HiFi Wine Bar (owned by winemaker Evan Martin), and consumed that evening with MS and her friend in McMinnville. No notes, but this was quite good, — 3 months ago
Wow! A misleading slightly sweet nose leads to a very refreshing mouth feel with loads of honeysuckle and a little orange and peach thrown in for good measure. The finish is very dry with notes of spice. I was pleased to taste a quality Gewurztraminer from the U.S.A. Highly recommend. 1/2 price bottle night at Harry’s with my love. I stole this bottle for $23. 5/10/23 — 4 months ago
Late to post but too good not to post. 00 VGR (Very Good Red) - This wine was stunning. Like a walk on the beach in the early morning kind of stunning. 00 was founded by Chris and Kathryn Herman. This Willamette Valley duo is producing some really beautiful wines. If you have not tried their wines, you need to move them to the top of your list. The 2019 VGR was complex, alluring, silky, and everything else you want from a really nice Pinot. The vineyards that made up this wine included: Shea, Stardance, Eola-Amity Hills (a secret vineyard), Hyland Vineyard, and Chehaleam Mountain Vineyard. I see this one getting better with age, but no reason to not enjoy it now.
— 7 months ago