This is by far my favorite Pinot Noir. It has a very nice ruby color, is absolutely clear, has a medium body, medium notes of primarily red fruit, and an exquisite medium finish. There is no amber ring in the glass, something I typically do see in most Pinots. This wine is perfectly ready for drinking. If you were to blind taste this, you might mistake it for a lighter Merlot. From Willamette Valley, it is superb. If you have had Montinore Pinot Noir, you’ll notice this to have a fuller mouth feel and longer finish. — 2 months ago
Well balanced, very nice minerality. Was a crowd-pleaser at summer dinner party. — 9 months ago
Fragrant. Wild citrus. Reminds me of what the kitchen smells like when my Ma would peel mangos from our backyard garden in Florida.
A welcome, rounded wildflower and honey sweetness, balanced with a subtle kick of acidity to finish.
It’s pleasant. Reminds me of a writing retreat I went to up in the Green Mountain National Forest outside Middlebury, Vermont. Perfect for sipping while sitting in Adirondack chairs and taking in an errant, cool summer breeze.
— 3 months ago
Dark fruit, straw, tobacco and black pepper. Medium to full body. Smooth. 2014 vintage — 7 months ago
So insanely drinkable and refreshing. — a year ago
Brad brought it over for Christmas dinner. — 3 months ago
With excellent dinner with friends at Ocotillo in Phoenix. — 6 months ago
This is a review for the L'Orange 2015 made with pinot gris, 13.6% ABV: loved this wine - beautiful tangerine color, high acidity and low sugars, extremely pleasant mineralogy throughout, nose of light apricot, elderflower, and rose water, pallette was dominated with bright lemon and notes of kumquat and tangelo, longer tanic finish with bright lemon. Would pair with seafood - scallops, salmon, lobster (bisque). Paid $22 wholesale. — 2 years ago