Big Table Farm

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

9.1227 ratings
9.136 pro ratings
Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Stuart Gregor

Finish? Need to think about it a little more. Could be a bit of Pinot. Nope it's good I love

Finish? Need to think about it a little more. Could be a bit of Pinot. Nope it's good I love

1 person found it helpfulJan 22nd, 2017
Pinotman aka Andreas

Elderberry and licorice. Seems whole cluster to me. Different from the other middle of the road stuff. The 14 is really good! To bad just 7 cases made it to California. Nothing wimpy or thin about this at all. From the Third Corner in Encinitas. I remember Asimov from the NYT being a big fan.

Elderberry and licorice. Seems whole cluster to me. Different from the other middle of the road stuff. The 14 is really good! To bad just 7 cases made it to California. Nothing wimpy or thin about this at all. From the Third Corner in Encinitas. I remember Asimov from the NYT being a big fan.

1 person found it helpfulJan 15th, 2017
Yancy Oshita

Had it at a wine tasting event at the Chelsea Vine Vault and it was everything I expect from a Willamette Valley Pinot that I wanted to head to Mustard Grill for a pork chop to accompany the wine!

Had it at a wine tasting event at the Chelsea Vine Vault and it was everything I expect from a Willamette Valley Pinot that I wanted to head to Mustard Grill for a pork chop to accompany the wine!

1 person found it helpfulJan 15th, 2017
Evan Bienstock

I love this small Oregon PN producer. So gently complex. Understated. Such an interesting sweet and dark berry mix on the nose. Waves of strawberry and blackberry overlap. The palate shows clear heat and tannin on this pop and pour but should blow off. I look forward to this after being open for 24hrs. With only 400 cases, its a fun one to have in your cellar.

I love this small Oregon PN producer. So gently complex. Understated. Such an interesting sweet and dark berry mix on the nose. Waves of strawberry and blackberry overlap. The palate shows clear heat and tannin on this pop and pour but should blow off. I look forward to this after being open for 24hrs. With only 400 cases, its a fun one to have in your cellar.

1 person found it helpfulJan 15th, 2017
Stephanie Reynolds

Killin it! Lean, fruit forward, good balance

Killin it! Lean, fruit forward, good balance

1 person found it helpfulApr 6th, 2016
Eric Waxman

Classic Willamette Pinot. Light, which I sometimes describe as thin. Not particularly fruit forward, which is also typical in my experience.

Classic Willamette Pinot. Light, which I sometimes describe as thin. Not particularly fruit forward, which is also typical in my experience.

1 person found it helpfulJul 9th, 2015
Michael Morris

Wine Director The Park Café

8.8

A little underwhelmed by my first experience the wine. Strawberry liquor with some earth and a little heat. Seemed more Carneros than WV. Maybe some time will help.

A little underwhelmed by my first experience the wine. Strawberry liquor with some earth and a little heat. Seemed more Carneros than WV. Maybe some time will help.

Mar 14th, 2017
Jennifer DiDomizio

Wild berry fruit, blackberry for sure. Peppery spice. Will evolve as it opens I imagine.

Wild berry fruit, blackberry for sure. Peppery spice. Will evolve as it opens I imagine.

Feb 26th, 2017
Josh Spurling

One of my new favorites! Gorgeous nose of spice and earth laced red fruit. Snappy palate. Just plain good!

One of my new favorites! Gorgeous nose of spice and earth laced red fruit. Snappy palate. Just plain good!

Sep 20th, 2016
Phil Stice

100 % whole cluster. Spice, red fruit in a supple frame.

100 % whole cluster. Spice, red fruit in a supple frame.

Mar 11th, 2016