Argyle

Grower Series Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

8.795 ratings
8.84 pro ratings
Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Robert Cunningham

Wine Educator DeVinimus, Wine Workshop

8.7

Basic Oregon Pinot Noir. Drinkable but not in any way worth seeking out. Overpriced. At least it is not over oaked or over extracted

Basic Oregon Pinot Noir. Drinkable but not in any way worth seeking out. Overpriced. At least it is not over oaked or over extracted

2 people found it helpfulJun 24th, 2016
Scott MacDonnell

Nice wine, just a bit too light for me.

Nice wine, just a bit too light for me.

Feb 7th, 2018
Jason Wild

I’ve had far more complex and unique Wines from the Willamette. Don’t get me wrong this is still a solid wine, very typical, no flaws. Enjoyable, yet forgettable.

I’ve had far more complex and unique Wines from the Willamette. Don’t get me wrong this is still a solid wine, very typical, no flaws. Enjoyable, yet forgettable.

Nov 1st, 2017
Jay Wyper

Tried the 2014 and agree with earlier comments. Nice nose of cherry and raspberry. First sips are spicy but light, almost merlot. As it warms the nose remains nice, spice fades but still abit thin. Not the meaty Pinot I expected from Dundee. Paid $23 so a few dollars above what I would value at.

Tried the 2014 and agree with earlier comments. Nice nose of cherry and raspberry. First sips are spicy but light, almost merlot. As it warms the nose remains nice, spice fades but still abit thin. Not the meaty Pinot I expected from Dundee. Paid $23 so a few dollars above what I would value at.

Aug 5th, 2017
Sam Friedland

Pleasant. Needs another year or two

Pleasant. Needs another year or two

Jul 5th, 2017
Clark Harrop

What an Oregon Pinot should be. Fruit forward and enough structure and complexity to satisfy.

What an Oregon Pinot should be. Fruit forward and enough structure and complexity to satisfy.

Jun 12th, 2017
Causeway Bay

For a top vintage, disappointingly light and disjointed.

For a top vintage, disappointingly light and disjointed.

Apr 30th, 2017
Michael Meyer

Amazingly good for a mid-$20 Oregon PN thanks to its pedigree. Very balanced, moderate acidity, forest floor, and elegant easy red fruit.

Amazingly good for a mid-$20 Oregon PN thanks to its pedigree. Very balanced, moderate acidity, forest floor, and elegant easy red fruit.

Mar 2nd, 2017
I namr
9.1

Luscious, delicious:-)

Luscious, delicious:-)

Feb 20th, 2017
Raoul Gabiam

Ok Pinot. Light. Not offensive.

Ok Pinot. Light. Not offensive.

Feb 16th, 2017