Antica Terra

Botanica Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

9.39 ratings
9.11 pro ratings
Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Evan Bienstock

I know I’m supposed to be gaga over this. Don’t get me wrong. It’s great! But it needs a lot more time. That’s on me. I opened it early. It’s very hot. And floral. I want to see it in 5 years.

I know I’m supposed to be gaga over this. Don’t get me wrong. It’s great! But it needs a lot more time. That’s on me. I opened it early. It’s very hot. And floral. I want to see it in 5 years.

Mar 20th, 2020
Jim McCusker

Yep.

Yep.

Oct 17th, 2019
Jim McCusker

Absolutely fantastic. Chocolate covered black cherries, and dsnces on the tongue (apparantly...according to Dave). Actually the best incarnation of Botanica since the 2009. Awesome.

Absolutely fantastic. Chocolate covered black cherries, and dsnces on the tongue (apparantly...according to Dave). Actually the best incarnation of Botanica since the 2009. Awesome.

Jan 25th, 2019
Gerardo Suro

Incredibly floral and aromatic. Laced with spice and juicy red berry fruits with an underlying note of minerality highlighting its tension. Looking forward to tasting this again after a few years of bottle age. It should evolve nicely. I can’t rave enough about Antica Terra’s wines.

Incredibly floral and aromatic. Laced with spice and juicy red berry fruits with an underlying note of minerality highlighting its tension. Looking forward to tasting this again after a few years of bottle age. It should evolve nicely. I can’t rave enough about Antica Terra’s wines.

May 22nd, 2018
Mike Mayer

Enjoying a night on the town in NYC. First up is a seductive Pinot Noir from Oregon. Elegant hints of rose pedals, dried fruit and a little spice on the nose. A surprisingly big wine with full bodied tastes of dried figs, dark plums, licorice and baking spices. The acidity is spot on and the tannins are ultra sleek. An excellent long lasting finish makes you want another glass of this wine. Lisa and I both love it!

Enjoying a night on the town in NYC. First up is a seductive Pinot Noir from Oregon. Elegant hints of rose pedals, dried fruit and a little spice on the nose. A surprisingly big wine with full bodied tastes of dried figs, dark plums, licorice and baking spices. The acidity is spot on and the tannins are ultra sleek. An excellent long lasting finish makes you want another glass of this wine. Lisa and I both love it!

Dec 13th, 2017
Jens Lundqvist

Bartender/waiter/sommelier/ PA & Co

9.1

Jens had this 5 months ago

Jens had this 5 months ago

Oct 25th, 2019
Andrew Berge

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Andrew had this 2 years ago

Jul 28th, 2018
Nick Hammerschlag

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Jul 13th, 2018
Paul K Sorbo

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Apr 27th, 2018