The Four Graces

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

8.871 ratings
8.96 pro ratings
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
Sipping Fine Wine

Steve & Paula Black pursued a dream in 2003 and purchased a 110-acre vineyard located in the Red Hills of Dundee creating The Four Graces, named after their four daughters. Medium Ruby with surprisingly complex aromas of red fruits, herb and spice. On the palate cherry and raspberry flavors with tea and espresso notes adding a bit of pepper spice. Well balanced acidity with fine tannins, medium(+) length, ending with earthy notes. Nice value!

Steve & Paula Black pursued a dream in 2003 and purchased a 110-acre vineyard located in the Red Hills of Dundee creating The Four Graces, named after their four daughters. Medium Ruby with surprisingly complex aromas of red fruits, herb and spice. On the palate cherry and raspberry flavors with tea and espresso notes adding a bit of pepper spice. Well balanced acidity with fine tannins, medium(+) length, ending with earthy notes. Nice value!

Jun 1st, 2020
Sipping Fine Wine

Had this about 6 months ago. Steve & Paula Black pursued a dream in 2003 and purchased a 110-acre vineyard located in the Red Hills of Dundee creating The Four Graces, named after their four daughters. Medium Ruby with surprisingly complex aromas of red fruits, herb and spice. On the palate cherry and raspberry flavors with tea and espresso notes adding a bit of pepper spice. Well balanced acidity with fine tannins, medium(+) length, ending with earthy notes. Nice value! Tasting Sample!

Had this about 6 months ago. Steve & Paula Black pursued a dream in 2003 and purchased a 110-acre vineyard located in the Red Hills of Dundee creating The Four Graces, named after their four daughters. Medium Ruby with surprisingly complex aromas of red fruits, herb and spice. On the palate cherry and raspberry flavors with tea and espresso notes adding a bit of pepper spice. Well balanced acidity with fine tannins, medium(+) length, ending with earthy notes. Nice value! Tasting Sample!

Dec 18th, 2019
Sipping Fine Wine

Steve and Paula Black pursued a dream in 2003 and purchased a 110-acre vineyard located in the Red Hills of Dundee creating The Four Graces, named after their four daughters. Ruby with surprisingly complex aromas of red fruits, herb and spice. On the palate cherry and raspberry flavors with tea and espresso notes adding a bit of pepper spice. Well balanced acidity with fine tannins, medium(+) length, ending with earthy notes. Nice value!

Steve and Paula Black pursued a dream in 2003 and purchased a 110-acre vineyard located in the Red Hills of Dundee creating The Four Graces, named after their four daughters. Ruby with surprisingly complex aromas of red fruits, herb and spice. On the palate cherry and raspberry flavors with tea and espresso notes adding a bit of pepper spice. Well balanced acidity with fine tannins, medium(+) length, ending with earthy notes. Nice value!

1 person found it helpfulJun 27th, 2019
Michael Chelus

Cherry, raspberry, cranberry, maple, rhubarb, licorice and oak. Great structure and well-integrated tannins.

Cherry, raspberry, cranberry, maple, rhubarb, licorice and oak. Great structure and well-integrated tannins.

1 person found it helpfulOct 1st, 2018
Jan de Weerd

Disappointing. Strong green notes that never integrated with the wine.

Disappointing. Strong green notes that never integrated with the wine.

Aug 16th, 2020
Joe Gillies

Great for $20. Red fruit with subtle tobacco and earthy flavors. Enjoyable and definitely wanting to try their other wines.

Great for $20. Red fruit with subtle tobacco and earthy flavors. Enjoyable and definitely wanting to try their other wines.

Apr 11th, 2020
Chris Buffum

Nice Oregon Pinot

Nice Oregon Pinot

Mar 22nd, 2020
Amritha Surath

Good ole Willamette! Love this Pinot! A true Vin de soif

Good ole Willamette! Love this Pinot! A true Vin de soif

Feb 8th, 2020
Steven Shalansky

Hard to do better at this price.

Hard to do better at this price.

Feb 6th, 2020
Mark Martin

Amazingly drinkable now. Will be tremendous in just a few years. Cherry, light jam and soft earth notes with just a bit of aeration.

Amazingly drinkable now. Will be tremendous in just a few years. Cherry, light jam and soft earth notes with just a bit of aeration.

Jan 19th, 2020