Got this bottle at Fleming's so that I would try another pinot noir from the Willamette Valley and this did not disappoint. Smell is amazing and fruity, taste is deeper than it smells, but not too tanin-y. — a month ago
This is a very tasty Unoaked Chardonnay from Williamette Valley, in Oregon.
Light to medium in body with medium acidity.
Dry and fruity on the palate.
Showing lemons, apples, pears, light earth, limes, spices and minerals.
Tangy finish with almonds and limes.
Nicely balanced with nice complexity.
Easy drinking and good by itself or with food. Crisp and refreshing.
100% Chardonnay grapes were aged on their lees for 2 months in stainless steel vats.
12.5% alcohol by volume.
$20. — 4 months ago
Jasons favorite 2018 vintage. $75 bottle and sweet midpalatte and smooth balanced drink. — 4 months ago
Lachini Family Estate Pinot Noir 2011: Medium-light bodied. Noticeable acidity. Low tannins. Soft smooth flavors of cherry, raspberry, strawberry, vanilla, oak & earth. Warm & persistent finish. All in all, a delicious small-production Pinot Noir that lets the grape & terroir shine and speak for themselves. Happy Sunday to all! Cheers🍷 — 3 months ago
Bottle 2 of 3, drank the last one almost 3 years ago! Nose: raspberry (stewed?) and intense menthol. Palette: brandy soaked strawberries, maybe a little chocolate, wild mushrooms, earthiness, long finish, cherry like. Still tannic, silky micro tannins, works well with food. — 4 months ago