The Great Oregon Wine Company

Rascal Oregon Pinot Noir

8.3283 ratings
8.213 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
Shay A
8.5

This was gifted to us as a part of a large gift basket. Oregon Pinot, so we figured we'd give it a try. Look, you're not expecting the world with a $13 bottle, but for what it is, it worked well, probably due to it being paired with food. Bright red juice. Smells of cherries and rose petals, and the herbs and spices are very faint.

This was gifted to us as a part of a large gift basket. Oregon Pinot, so we figured we'd give it a try. Look, you're not expecting the world with a $13 bottle, but for what it is, it worked well, probably due to it being paired with food. Bright red juice. Smells of cherries and rose petals, and the herbs and spices are very faint.

Oct 20th, 2016
Bryant Bickel

For the $ it's a good weekday wine

For the $ it's a good weekday wine

Feb 15th, 2016
Brian Tuite

Berserker Day spoils. The gift that keeps giving.

Berserker Day spoils. The gift that keeps giving.

Jan 24th, 2016
Brian Tuite

Q, P and R! I could drink thus every day.

Q, P and R! I could drink thus every day.

Aug 4th, 2015
Brian Tuite

Simpler than the Trousseau but at least it's not tainted.

Simpler than the Trousseau but at least it's not tainted.

Feb 11th, 2015
Rose’s Cafe

This is an Oregon Pinot Noir in that it's from McMinnville, according to the label. But Oregon is a big state, and McMinnville is a long way from the Umpqua Valley, and so is the quality of this wine. It's just so-so. In this case, maybe Dorothy was right: "There's no place like home!"

This is an Oregon Pinot Noir in that it's from McMinnville, according to the label. But Oregon is a big state, and McMinnville is a long way from the Umpqua Valley, and so is the quality of this wine. It's just so-so. In this case, maybe Dorothy was right: "There's no place like home!"

Oct 19th, 2013
Emily Triplett Lentz

Better on day 2.

Better on day 2.

Dec 9th, 2018
Sally Neal

For $14, it’s fine. Drinkable. Summer evening with some grilled meats.

For $14, it’s fine. Drinkable. Summer evening with some grilled meats.

Jul 7th, 2018
Jordan Fairchild

Light, crisp, slightly off dry. Notes of green apple, pear and honey. Great, affordable Pinot Gris.

Light, crisp, slightly off dry. Notes of green apple, pear and honey. Great, affordable Pinot Gris.

Jun 18th, 2018
Elissa Noelle

Very light and easy to drink

Very light and easy to drink

May 12th, 2018