Thomas

Dundee Hills Pinot Noir

9.322 ratings
9.38 pro ratings
Dundee Hills, 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
boyd pearson

Clean and pretty with years to go.

Clean and pretty with years to go.

Feb 1st, 2017
Darin Kendrick

My Thomas wines had a little label trouble in shipping. In the name of science, a baby, hold for a long time.

My Thomas wines had a little label trouble in shipping. In the name of science, a baby, hold for a long time.

Apr 30th, 2016
Bill Ward

Coy mistress

Coy mistress

Jan 27th, 2016
Doug Burress

Sales K&L Wines

9.1

Another great subtle Pinot from Thomas. In an inconsistent year, the 2013 Thomas is fruit forward and ready now.

Another great subtle Pinot from Thomas. In an inconsistent year, the 2013 Thomas is fruit forward and ready now.

Jan 25th, 2016
Robert Rothfield

Best young Thomas I’ve had.....a little effervescence to start and then the firing on all cylinders

Best young Thomas I’ve had.....a little effervescence to start and then the firing on all cylinders

Jan 15th, 2018
Berg

A little funny on open, but opened up and settled down after an hour or so. Good bottle but not blown away by this one, needs some time I think.

A little funny on open, but opened up and settled down after an hour or so. Good bottle but not blown away by this one, needs some time I think.

Aug 18th, 2017
Doctor No

Freshness exudes. Beautiful balance improved on day two into a thing of great character and depth on a delicate frame. Will be nice to watch this mature.

Freshness exudes. Beautiful balance improved on day two into a thing of great character and depth on a delicate frame. Will be nice to watch this mature.

Aug 6th, 2016
Keith Levenberg

First wine I've had from this producer I've been intensely curious about. Extremely gassy, even past Badoit territory, needed some serious Mollydooker shaking and decanting to get into drinkable territory and then a bit more time beyond that to get its composure. It's got pure red-fruited flavors and aromas in the same tone, but instead of fruity the scents are intensely floral, very rosy along with something else underneath like rhubarb or some other member of the root family. Unfortunately I think there is also a nick of volatile acidity. The texture is lean and refined, perhaps not to the extent of some of the Eyrie wines but not so far off.

First wine I've had from this producer I've been intensely curious about. Extremely gassy, even past Badoit territory, needed some serious Mollydooker shaking and decanting to get into drinkable territory and then a bit more time beyond that to get its composure. It's got pure red-fruited flavors and aromas in the same tone, but instead of fruity the scents are intensely floral, very rosy along with something else underneath like rhubarb or some other member of the root family. Unfortunately I think there is also a nick of volatile acidity. The texture is lean and refined, perhaps not to the extent of some of the Eyrie wines but not so far off.

Mar 25th, 2016
Berg

Unicorn Wednesday! Ethereal, soft, beautiful, bing cherry, sweet flowers, marzipan?, mild fall leaves, smooth very fine tannins but they grip, good acidic backbone, everything in harmony, nothing unbalanced. First try of the '13s, can't wait to see where these go in the future...thanks @Noah Raizman

Unicorn Wednesday! Ethereal, soft, beautiful, bing cherry, sweet flowers, marzipan?, mild fall leaves, smooth very fine tannins but they grip, good acidic backbone, everything in harmony, nothing unbalanced. First try of the '13s, can't wait to see where these go in the future...thanks @Noah Raizman

Mar 24th, 2016
Eric Pottmeyer

The Holy Grail of OR PN.

The Holy Grail of OR PN.

Jan 20th, 2016