Torii Mor

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

8.8148 ratings
8.712 pro ratings
Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Chris Harvey

Acidic, nice fruit. Kinda underwhelming

Acidic, nice fruit. Kinda underwhelming

Dec 10th, 2017
Eric Hastings

Beverage and Bar Coordinator Jean-Georges NYC

8.9

Outstanding Oregon

Outstanding Oregon

1 person found it helpfulMay 18th, 2015
Carl Giavanti

Time to drink the 2006's. Fruit still big, fleshy texture. Try with roast pork.

Time to drink the 2006's. Fruit still big, fleshy texture. Try with roast pork.

Mar 2nd, 2015
Bill Price

Home with Mary. Bought at wine house in Holliston

Home with Mary. Bought at wine house in Holliston

Mar 17th, 2018
Sipping Fine Wine

Dr. Donald Olson founded Torii Mor in 1993 as a tribute to his late son Leif. The Olson Estate Vineyard was planted in 1972 and one of the oldest vineyards in Oregon, sitting high in the Dundee Hills Appellation at 800 feet on just under 15 acres of Pinot Noir. Aromas of rich berry fruits, black tea and spices. Sweet flavors of raspberry and cherry with a umami character and soft tannins. Lingering finish ending with mineral spice tones. Nice value.

Dr. Donald Olson founded Torii Mor in 1993 as a tribute to his late son Leif. The Olson Estate Vineyard was planted in 1972 and one of the oldest vineyards in Oregon, sitting high in the Dundee Hills Appellation at 800 feet on just under 15 acres of Pinot Noir. Aromas of rich berry fruits, black tea and spices. Sweet flavors of raspberry and cherry with a umami character and soft tannins. Lingering finish ending with mineral spice tones. Nice value.

Dec 21st, 2017
Bill Mowry

Delicious!

Delicious!

Oct 25th, 2017
MaJ CappS

Waaaay lighter than other torii mor's I have had in the past.
Out of the bottle sitting impatiently in a decanter for at least 2 hours.
hints of classic red Pinot fruits, sans any sugar at all.
Cranberry fresh from the bog, offered to me 3 on a toothpick.
Acidity is very faint, the tannin drives a bit more.
Odd vintage, here at Torii Mor (Black Label) not an unlivable one, just, different..

Waaaay lighter than other torii mor's I have had in the past.
Out of the bottle sitting impatiently in a decanter for at least 2 hours.
hints of classic red Pinot fruits, sans any sugar at all.
Cranberry fresh from the bog, offered to me 3 on a toothpick.
Acidity is very faint, the tannin drives a bit more.
Odd vintage, here at Torii Mor (Black Label) not an unlivable one, just, different..

Sep 25th, 2017
Danny Peters

Decent Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley.

Decent Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley.

Aug 7th, 2017
Victoria Batey

Big fruit + a little cocoa and rose petal.

Big fruit + a little cocoa and rose petal.

Jul 8th, 2017
Meeter B

It's the red headed step child of the Deux Verres. Still worthy of a prom date, but we're not going to be king and queen.

It's the red headed step child of the Deux Verres. Still worthy of a prom date, but we're not going to be king and queen.

Jul 7th, 2017