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Ovum Wines

Off The Grid Riesling 2016

If there is such a thing as wines that can conjure a personal connection irrespective of “greatness,” but a connection of language and dialect, this is one of those wines for me. The same is true of all Ovum wines I’ve tried - quiet wines of place. Voluptuous but not clamorous.

Green herbs and aloe. Ice box spiced lemon meringue pie. Fat and creamy. Minty lemony creme brûlée.
— a day ago

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Shea Wine Cellars

Shea Vineyard Block 23 Pinot Noir 2011

I think this one has done quite a bit of growing since the last note made here 5 years ago. This wine has a lot of very good structure, raspberry and bing cherry in the front, and herbal quality in the middle. Finishes with good acidity and grip with softening tannins. Not a lot of power here and was easily outdone by an Antikythera. Actually seems to be in a really good spot, not really too sure if this is capable of much more. — a day ago

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Hugh O'Riordan

Hugh O'Riordan

I look for Shea wines and Shea grapes in other wines. First class juice imho

Big Table Farm

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Stunning and better than most winery’s top bottlings, the 2017 ‘Willamette Valley’ Pinot Noir is another sensational wine made by one of the most underrated winemakers in North America, Brian Marcy. The nose is seductive and highly perfumed with rose petals, guava puree, cigar ash and suggestions of peat moss that all build in the glass. The wine shows off a downright sexy texture, showing a great combination of weight and minerality. Guava puree, red raspberry cordial, blood orange zest and white truffle flavors all dance on the palate. A seriously good wine, this will continue to cellar well over the next fifteen years. Drink 2019-2033- 94
— 13 days ago

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Peggy Hadley

Peggy Hadley

That label would be great for Arkansas.
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@Peggy Hadley It’s a brilliant label, Clare Carver creates each individual label for each wine. She’s hugely talented 👌

Rollin Michael Soles

(RMS) Willamette Valley Brut Pinot Noir Chardonnay 2015

The ‘RMS’ Rose Sparkling Wine is a limited production bottling by superstar winemaker, Rollin Soles, who first began making this style of Oregon sparkling wine in 1987. The nose is highly perfumed with red rose petal, guava puree, teaberry and melon tones that fill the aromatic profile. The palate is refined as there is a wonderful elegance and seamlessness to this beautiful Rose Sparkling Wine. Red fruits and lighter earthy and citrus rind notes dance with the bright sense of minerality on the palate. While refined, this wine has some seriously good weight. A stunning wine that is truly one of the best of its kind, I can imagine this great bottling will cellar well for two decades. But why wait? Drink 2019-2035- 95 — 6 days ago

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Goodfellow Family Cellars

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2013

Art rock and exceptional Oregon Pinot Noir. One of the most creative and layered records I know. A different journey with each listen even after all these years. Great Pinot Noir is similar, always something to love and always something to learn. Acid driven fresh example from Goodfellow here. — 5 days ago

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David Shaw

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Getting esoteric so hope the wine stood up to the music

Lange Winery

Three Hills Cuvée Pinot Noir 2002

Now quite evolved at nearly twenty years of age, the 2002 Lange Estate ‘Three Hills Cuvee’ marvelously showcases this incredible vintage in Oregon as the wine is showing brilliantly right now. The palate is plush and dense, showing wonderful range and tension. Black fruits, citrus rind, pomegranate seed and black truffle. Complex and delicious, this is right in its sweet spot. The wine shows good mid-palate richness and is nowhere near finished as this will cellar well for the next decade. Drink 2019-2028- 93 — 12 days ago

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Langhero Azienda Agricola

Lùmas Pelaverga

@Delectable lumas langhero pelaverga Lovely cherry fruit. Grippy tanins. Nice cherry spice on the nose. Juicy. Great long finish. 13.5% very good. A delicious pelaverga. — 3 days ago

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Lyle Fass

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Oregon makes pelaverga?
Matthew Cohen

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No. Langhe. Doesn’t exist on delectable.
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Bergström Wines

Sigrid Chardonnay 2014

Shay A

Opened a few fun bottles to celebrate my birthday this past weekend. Cheers to 31!

Pale yellow in the glass. Fruit is very bright...lemon, underripe peach, and limestone aromatics. Quite strong acidity upfront...reminiscent of a nice Chablis. Because of the structure and acidity, I think this is best enjoyed slightly warmer than cellar temp. It rounds things out. Definitely not an overoaked Chardonnay, but just a kiss of it to keep it from being racy. Lemon zest and caramelized green apple highlight the finish. I’d have no problem holding these another year or two, but great now if warmed up slightly.
— 7 days ago

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James Forsyth

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Sounds delicious and HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!
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Happy bday!

Domaine Serene

Monogram Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2014

Monogram is a project initially started by Domaine Serene owner Ken Evenstad and the 2014 version is a simply breath-taking release. The Monogram is a limited production wine that is a barrel selection of what Ken and winemaker Michael Fay consider to be the choicest of lots. The wine is massive and brooding on the palate, showing a wonderful combination of dark and red fruits alongside wonderful earthy nuance —black truffle and peat moss — which all come into play. The wine finishes exceedingly long with dark fruits and minerals lingering on the stunning finish. This is a simply marvelous Pinot Noir which has the potential to evolve for decades. Drink 2019-2040- 96 — 12 days ago

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Oregon Pinot Noir 2015

Impressive wine for $20! Grapes sourced from Oregon Valleys of Willamette, Umpqua and Rogue. Cool climates enable a longer growing season, giving an intense structure. Deep Ruby with loads of Berry fruit flavors & sweet spice. Ripe fruit, cranberry and cherry, with cinnamon spice, consistent quality. On the finish, vibrant acidity, great balance and a touch of earthiness with subtle tannins. Tasting Sample. — 8 days ago

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