Big Table Farm

Laughing Pig Pinot Noir Rosé

9.22 ratings
9.31 pro ratings
Eola - Amity Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Dr. Owen Bargreen

The 2018 ‘Laughing Pig’ Rose by Big Table Farm was aged in neutral oak barrels prior to being released in mid-April 2019. Showing off its rich, dark hue, the 2018 ‘Laughing Pig’ opens with serious aromatic range from shades of honeydew melon to citrus rind and copious ripe red fruits that all connect in the glass. The palate shows a silly texture and weight, yet retains a wonderful sense of elegance. Bright guava, nectarine, and cran-pomegranate with red cherry candy flavors collide with the bright sense of minerality. The exceedingly long finish accentuates this simply gorgeous new Rose. While delightful in its youth, this will cellar well for the next seven plus years. Drink 2019-2025- 93

The 2018 ‘Laughing Pig’ Rose by Big Table Farm was aged in neutral oak barrels prior to being released in mid-April 2019. Showing off its rich, dark hue, the 2018 ‘Laughing Pig’ opens with serious aromatic range from shades of honeydew melon to citrus rind and copious ripe red fruits that all connect in the glass. The palate shows a silly texture and weight, yet retains a wonderful sense of elegance. Bright guava, nectarine, and cran-pomegranate with red cherry candy flavors collide with the bright sense of minerality. The exceedingly long finish accentuates this simply gorgeous new Rose. While delightful in its youth, this will cellar well for the next seven plus years. Drink 2019-2025- 93

Jun 10th, 2019
Steve Bozich

2016, 14.3 ABV. Yes, that time of year. Hey, I've been a fan of Roses for about 10 years now, not 3!

Best of their Roses yet. Floral (which I usually don't care for as much), grapefruit, light berry. Very French style, and they nailed it.

2016, 14.3 ABV. Yes, that time of year. Hey, I've been a fan of Roses for about 10 years now, not 3!

Best of their Roses yet. Floral (which I usually don't care for as much), grapefruit, light berry. Very French style, and they nailed it.

May 27th, 2017