Oregon Pinot Noir

Day Wines

Johan Vineyards Pinot Noir 2015

Light to medium extracted pigment, purple-red. Raspberry and menthol notes in nose. Blueberry and raspberry flavors, moderately high seed tannin bitterness and skin astringency initially, suggesting long skin and seed contact time, atypical in most Oregon Pinots. Give it time for the tannins to settle. Fresh grape pulp flavors on aftertaste. Light, fresh, fruity style typical of Day Wines, but healthy tannins too — 7 days ago

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Big Table Farm

Kirby & Pickle Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Different farm animals on every one of their wines, fun concept... and the wine is very good as well. Ruby red, light to moderate pigment extraction, very good clarity. Cherry and briar notes in nose, extremely fragrant. Cherry, mint and candied fruit flavors, good complexity in profile, menthol aftertaste with light lingering skin astringency and slight seed bitterness. Astringency increases to moderate intensity. Barrel smoke emerges after an hour. Decant two hours for tannins to soften for good flavor expression and soft, rounded mouthfeel. Raspberry and cola flavors eventually emerge. — 18 days ago

Aaron, P and 6 others liked this


A charming label. 🐷 Cheers!🍷

Antica Terra

Ceras Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Red fruited like the Botanica however more mineral driven. Black tea and spice cake. Needs more time. — 9 days ago

Shay, Arden and 7 others liked this

Bellingar Estates

Oregon Pinot Noir 2014

Yup. Still a fantastic wine for the price point. Had with BBQ baked potatoes and it held up to the kick in the BBQ sauce. Probably not the best choice of wine with our dinner but I still enjoyed it. — 8 days ago

Paul, Neil and 1 other liked this

Domaine Serene

Jerusalem Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

Pleasantly surprised with this Oregon Pinot Noir. Oregon is usually light and leaves you feeling hungry for more. However, this little gem satisfies you to the core; physically, emotionally and spiritually. Icing on the cake? Dining at Brasswood Bar + Kitchen with this drink of the gods. — 10 days ago

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Joshua Fisher

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much more saturated flavors from this producer than most Oregon wines have

Archery Summit

Arcus Estate Dundee Hills Pinot Noir 2007

Every excellent attribute of the Arcus vineyard reveals itself in the 07 vintage. Great acidity, very present fruit. A real delight — 4 days ago

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Hope Well

Eola - Amity Hills Pinot Noir 2017

Wild red berries, roses, med + acid, very fine tannin. This is lovely, though it feels slightly polished and is not the best QPR in Oregon pinot at $80 — 9 days ago

Eric, Severn and 6 others liked this

Brittan Vineyards

Gestalt Block Pinot Noir 2016

The 2016 Brittan Vineyards ‘Gestalt Block’ is a scintillating new release by this storied Oregon winery. Sourced from their vineyard in the McMinnville AVA, as the ‘Gestalt Block’ is set on their western facing hillside that is set on broken basalt. Deeply colored once in the glass, the ‘Gestalt Block’ starts off with deep wet stone influence that connects with the shades of cran-pomegranate and guava with peat moss aromas that all collide in the glass. The mouth-watering acidity of the wine is truly gorgeous, as is the great sense of stony terroir. Silky and soft on the mouth, this delivers gobs of racy acidity and a light dusting of salinity that runs through the dark fruits and earthy undertones on the palate. Truly novel and esteemed in the land of Oregon Pinot Noir, the ‘Gestalt Block’ will have a decade or more in the cellar. Drink 2019-2032- 94 — 12 days ago

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Hugh O'Riordan

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Sounds good. I’ll look for it

Scott Paul Cellars

La Paulée Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

2008, fruit from blocks of Maresh, Ribbon Ridge and Momtazi vineyards. Delightful. — 5 days ago

Jeff OrlowskiJoe Roth
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Brooks Winery

Old Vine Pommard Pinot Noir 2015

medium reddish purple; bing cherry, rhubarb, dried rose petals, vanilla, Christmas spices; dark berries, sugar plums, orange peel; medium body, medium acidity, very soft tannins, 14.2% ABV; sourced from a single block of own rooted vines in Brooks Estate Vineyard all planted to Pommard clone, old vines planted in 1973 and 1974 and farmed biodynamically, winemaker is Chris Williams Jimi Brooks’ former assistant, 18 months in French oak; $55 — 15 days ago

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Severn Goodwin

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@Al Shikoh Congratulations on your Delectable Feature! Welcome to the Team 🤓🍾
I also enjoy Brooks, we're aging several of their Riesling's, the Pinot's are also great but harder to come by in the Northeast.
Sharon B

Sharon B

Congratulations on your feature!