Erath

Oregon Pinot Noir

8.71335 ratings
8.634 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
Chris Harvey

Thank you, @Erath for the lovely welcome gift!

Thank you, @Erath for the lovely welcome gift!

Jul 24th, 2018
Paul Pirruccello

One of my favorite Oregon Pinots

One of my favorite Oregon Pinots

8 people found it helpfulJul 24th, 2014
Ed Matthews

Dark color for a Pinot, nose of plums and black cherry, fairly simple but enjoyable. The balance is slightly to the fruit side but that is typical of 2012. Wishing for more complexity but not realistic at this price point.

Dark color for a Pinot, nose of plums and black cherry, fairly simple but enjoyable. The balance is slightly to the fruit side but that is typical of 2012. Wishing for more complexity but not realistic at this price point.

7 people found it helpfulNov 10th, 2014
Meg Maker

Wine Writer, Maker's Table

8.1

Bright deep garnet color with sweet raspberry and cherry fruits. Uncomplicated and fresh, with top notes of herbs and a spritely finish.  13.5% | $23

Bright deep garnet color with sweet raspberry and cherry fruits. Uncomplicated and fresh, with top notes of herbs and a spritely finish.  13.5% | $23

5 people found it helpfulNov 17th, 2014
Steve Reeder

Wanted something red but not too overpowering for a Greek salad I cooked up. This was a really simple and straightforward food friendly wine reflective of is price point. Not dry, but not flat either. I could see it pairing well with a diversity of food.

Wanted something red but not too overpowering for a Greek salad I cooked up. This was a really simple and straightforward food friendly wine reflective of is price point. Not dry, but not flat either. I could see it pairing well with a diversity of food.

4 people found it helpfulAug 4th, 2015
Lily Davis

French Wine Specialist at Ottorink Weinbar

8.7

Excellent with grape leaves, surprisingly. It's nice to come back to Boston, my home town, where my intense Burgundian/champenois wine snobbery abates momentarily...

Excellent with grape leaves, surprisingly. It's nice to come back to Boston, my home town, where my intense Burgundian/champenois wine snobbery abates momentarily...

2 people found it helpfulDec 29th, 2014
Thibaut Marquis

Region Manager East, CRU Selections Terlato Wines International

8.5

A decent example of Oregon Pinot. Although pretty big and juicy. Cherry cough syrup, mushroom and leather. Good body and structure.

A decent example of Oregon Pinot. Although pretty big and juicy. Cherry cough syrup, mushroom and leather. Good body and structure.

1 person found it helpfulJan 20th, 2017
Michael Tanel

A great table pinot noir. Red and purple fruit, not too much tannin or wood. Paired well with the pizza! ('cuz we ain't fancy)

A great table pinot noir. Red and purple fruit, not too much tannin or wood. Paired well with the pizza! ('cuz we ain't fancy)

1 person found it helpfulDec 27th, 2016
Whitney Csik

Good. Expected.

Good. Expected.

1 person found it helpfulOct 28th, 2014
Peter Marks

Master of Wine, Educator Constellation Brands

8.7

Delicate red cherry, spiced and wet stones. Dry and very fresh.

Delicate red cherry, spiced and wet stones. Dry and very fresh.

May 5th, 2017