Elouan

Oregon Pinot Noir

8.7902 ratings
8.537 pro ratings
Oregon, USA
Pinot Noir
Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
Top Notes For
Kellin

Pretty solid Pinot Noir for $20

Pretty solid Pinot Noir for $20

Mar 31st, 2018
Boris Mathiszik

Nice Pinot. Wagner Family, good stuff.

Nice Pinot. Wagner Family, good stuff.

Jan 12th, 2018
Eric Urbani

“Easy drinking”

“Easy drinking”

Sep 25th, 2017
Daniel P. Drake

Today another pinot the 2013 Elouan Pinot Noir. This wine is bottled in St. Helena, CA but I believe the grapes are sourced from Oregon. This is brought to you by the Wagner Family and along the lines of the Meiomi Pinot and in drinking it you can see the similarities in the two. The nose is weak but can still make out cherry, raspberry and a dusty soil. The palate shows me tart cherries, rasperry, sassafras, milk chocolate, creamy caramel and a floral note. There is a good medium fresh acidity, smooth tannins and a good long finish. I do like this wine and I purchased for $23.99.

Today another pinot the 2013 Elouan Pinot Noir. This wine is bottled in St. Helena, CA but I believe the grapes are sourced from Oregon. This is brought to you by the Wagner Family and along the lines of the Meiomi Pinot and in drinking it you can see the similarities in the two. The nose is weak but can still make out cherry, raspberry and a dusty soil. The palate shows me tart cherries, rasperry, sassafras, milk chocolate, creamy caramel and a floral note. There is a good medium fresh acidity, smooth tannins and a good long finish. I do like this wine and I purchased for $23.99.

7 people found it helpfulJun 6th, 2015
Joe Paradise

No sense of oregon just tastes like wagner. I guess i see the appeal, lush high alc fruit bombs. But just not what im looking for, especially from oregon

No sense of oregon just tastes like wagner. I guess i see the appeal, lush high alc fruit bombs. But just not what im looking for, especially from oregon

7 people found it helpfulApr 21st, 2015
Kaitlin Ohlinger

Please Wagners... Leave Oregon alone. These are not the droids you are looking for.

Please Wagners... Leave Oregon alone. These are not the droids you are looking for.

6 people found it helpfulDec 23rd, 2015
Michael Hixon

Not the wagners finest... Not bad but nothing special to it. Very light and easy going.

Not the wagners finest... Not bad but nothing special to it. Very light and easy going.

5 people found it helpfulJan 13th, 2015
Paul Courtright

On it's own, a pretty good example of cynical winemaking meant to appeal to folks who get their wine info from crowd sourcing apps - ludens, oak chips, overly glyceral, lacking in acid. Mixed with some coke to add acidity, it made a halfway decent kalimotxo.

On it's own, a pretty good example of cynical winemaking meant to appeal to folks who get their wine info from crowd sourcing apps - ludens, oak chips, overly glyceral, lacking in acid. Mixed with some coke to add acidity, it made a halfway decent kalimotxo.

2 people found it helpfulMay 17th, 2018
Max Gottesfeld

A lot like meomi.

A lot like meomi.

2 people found it helpfulJul 21st, 2017
Elliot

Eh. Heavy and oaky.

Eh. Heavy and oaky.

2 people found it helpfulFeb 25th, 2017