Fresh, lively and full of life, the 2017 ‘Arthur’ Chardonnay is another fantastic effort from this storied Oregon estate. On the nose this takes on gooseberry and fresh herbs that mingle with baked apple and shades of Challah bread on this distinctive nose. The palate is both bright and plush, showing a soft texture and delivering copious orchard fruit flavors that dance with shades of cinnamon infused sourdough bread. A delight to savor in its youth, enjoy this over the next five plus years. Drink 2019-2025- 92 — 7 hours ago
Entry level from this very famous Burgundy producer. Cost about $20. If you blur your eyes while looking at the bottle and hold your nose while tasting the wine, you can pretend it's the Chambolle-Musigny.
Lovely, zest, white flowers. Bright and appealing. Not complex but perfectly attractive for a casual evening. — 5 days ago
Subtle, but so nice. Floral, lemon, nice minerality, and just a bit bready from lees aging. Great finish. — 10 days ago
Very solid Oregon Pinot with more full bodied taste to toast Luke in SC for first job — 5 hours ago
If I had this wine poured at the wedding I would be pleasantly surprised — 8 days ago