More spicy and peppery than other pinots. Very good — a month ago
Cherry cola, a bit of bitterness, raspberries, earthy, baked tomato. Wonderful Pinot.
— 2 months ago
Light, flavorful. Peppery finish — 3 months ago
I most frequently drink California Pinot Noirs. There is quite a big difference between the California PN and Oregon PN. First the color. A California wine will be darker in the glass. This Cristom is pale and purple with hint of rust, but very transparent. it is also more acidic. A California PN is actually quite bold and rich. The Cristom is more complex, I would say, because it is light, but yet it has depth. It is hard to classify because it seems to bounce from left to right ( like the political opinions of some!). It finishes long . I think I could acquire a taste for this stuff. But, for now, it is new and still up for further scrutiny. — 2 months ago
Not too dry and not too fruity. Just right in between California fruit with Willamette styling. — 3 months ago
3 pack terroir series buy from Cristom- McMinnville, Dundee Hills, and Eola-Amity Hills. I wish i could open all three of these at once. Classic bright cherry, medium acid, light wine- I think this is the highest elevation of the three. Cellar would do it justice tho it’s real nice now. — a month ago
Elegant w/ complex nose. — 2 months ago