Lachini Vineyards

Lachini Family Estate Pinot Noir

9.177 ratings
9.010 pro ratings
Chehalem Mountains, Willamette Valley, 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
Michael Chelus

Cherry, raspberry, blackberry, currant, vanilla and oak. Light-bodied and soft tannins.

Cherry, raspberry, blackberry, currant, vanilla and oak. Light-bodied and soft tannins.

Jul 25th, 2022
Jay Eagan

A little too much raspberry for me not that pleasant

A little too much raspberry for me not that pleasant

Jul 17th, 2022
Jay Eagan

Excellent Willamette Pinot Paired with Peking duck excellent pairing

Excellent Willamette Pinot Paired with Peking duck excellent pairing

Jun 23rd, 2022
Michael Chelus

Black cherry, raspberry, blackberry, vanilla and oak. Soft tannins and lush texture.

Black cherry, raspberry, blackberry, vanilla and oak. Soft tannins and lush texture.

Oct 22nd, 2021
Eric

Ripe cranberries. Thin finish. Medium acidity. Drink now.

Ripe cranberries. Thin finish. Medium acidity. Drink now.

Feb 5th, 2021
Todd Peterson

2003.
Earthy aged nose.
Smell several times before tasting.
c
Complexity.. aroma..hint of maple
Great pinot noir.
Wish I had more.


Smooth start and finish.

2003.
Earthy aged nose.
Smell several times before tasting.
c
Complexity.. aroma..hint of maple
Great pinot noir.
Wish I had more.


Smooth start and finish.

1 person found it helpfulSep 25th, 2016
Luis Arguero (@winefromAtoZ)

Lachini Family Estate Pinot Noir 2011: Medium-light bodied. Noticeable acidity. Low tannins. Soft smooth flavors of cherry, raspberry, strawberry, vanilla, oak & earth. Warm & persistent finish. All in all, a delicious small-production Pinot Noir that lets the grape & terroir shine and speak for themselves. Happy Sunday to all! Cheers🍷

Lachini Family Estate Pinot Noir 2011: Medium-light bodied. Noticeable acidity. Low tannins. Soft smooth flavors of cherry, raspberry, strawberry, vanilla, oak & earth. Warm & persistent finish. All in all, a delicious small-production Pinot Noir that lets the grape & terroir shine and speak for themselves. Happy Sunday to all! Cheers🍷

Nov 7th, 2022
Kathryn McCarty

Lovely and rich! Scored 93 points! Lush with berry flavors! From the Chehalem Mountains so not your typical Willamette Valley Pinot!

Lovely and rich! Scored 93 points! Lush with berry flavors! From the Chehalem Mountains so not your typical Willamette Valley Pinot!

Nov 3rd, 2022
Tressa Joan Silberberg

depth and flavor got better and better
fruity but not overly sweet, cranberry and slight smokiness
Light tannins

depth and flavor got better and better
fruity but not overly sweet, cranberry and slight smokiness
Light tannins

Jun 21st, 2022
Daniel Bloom

N: Big dirt. Loam, forest floor, cherries and liqueur.
P:leafy, bitter, chocolate, cola, cherries.
A great @ wtso purchase.

N: Big dirt. Loam, forest floor, cherries and liqueur.
P:leafy, bitter, chocolate, cola, cherries.
A great @ wtso purchase.

May 28th, 2022