Pale lemon in color with a green hue.
On the nose citrus, vegetables, herbs, green apples, earth, minerals, and grapefruit juice.
Medium bodied with medium acidity. Crisp and refreshing with long legs.
Dry on the palate with limes, grapefruits, citrus, green apples, lemons, bitter herbs, earth and vegetables.
Tangy finish with limes and almonds.
This young Pinot Gris from Oregon is easy drinking and tangy, with a soft mouthfeel. Surprisingly good out of a can.
Earthier on the nose than on the palate. As it opens up, grapefruit notes show up on the nose, and nicer with some airtime, so be patient.
I had an older vintage of this wine, and it definitely is better with some age. I wonder how it would age in a can, though. For now, it is lemony and refreshing. A nice sipper by the pool.
Good by itself or with food. Will pair nicely with fresh seafood like oysters.
Aged in neutral French Oak barrels and stainless steel for 11 months.
13.3% alcohol by volume.
$8. — 16 days ago
A well priced and tasty weeknight cab! — 20 days ago
Velvety and smooth everyday wine — a month ago
Beautiful gold color with nuances of honeyed lemon on the nose. Entry is smooth and elegant with luscious lemon curd on back palate with lingering aftertaste. Minerality is superb. This wine is drinking beautifully now!! — a day ago
Pinot and Pizza again tonight. — 2 days ago
One of my favorite vintages for Whitehall cabs. This is from Millenium, which has a history of 95+ point Cabs. Decanted and filtered, fabulous perfume and finish. Big dark fruit with Rutherford Dust — a month ago
Campbell Lane Winery StoneRidge Vineyard Pinot Noir 2019, Oregon
Light burgundy in color with medium intensity. Pretty color.
Fruity nose with cherries, strawberries, blueberries, light oak, spices, licorice and milk chocolates.
Medium-bodied with medium acidity and long legs.
Dry on the palate with cherries, sweet strawberries, raspberries, spices, light herbs, chocolates and black pepper.
Tangy finish with soft tannins and tangy raspberries.
This is a very nice and fruit forward Pinot Noir from Oregon. Nicely balanced and enjoyable by itself or with food.
Still young, as it was bottled only a few months ago. Would be nice to revisit it in 3 to 5 years, and see how it evolves in the bottle.
This Single Vineyard is tasty, engaging and easy drinking. Good right out of the bottle, and better after 20 minutes of airtime.
A good everyday wine to sip on by the porch. I gave it a light chill and had by the pool, with cheeses and crackers.
100% Pinot Noir grapes were aged in French oak barrels for 10 months.
13.5% alcohol by volume.
$36. — 22 days ago
Drank with pizza on move-in day — 14 days ago