Over the last few vintages, this has become one of my favorite inexpensive go to whites. It is tasty, unique and affordable. At $20, direct from the winery if you can't find it locally, this is a really interesting version of Gruner. Light silver/green/gold in color. The nose has canned peaches, limes and minerals. On the palate, this is much fatter than the Austrian versions and more fruit. Canned peaches and minerals come thru. A tart citrus as well. Good acidity. Food friendly. Nice finish. I would drink these in the first few years. It might last longer but that verve won't
This vineyard now belongs to Jadot USA but prior to that, Sineann made some of the best Oregon Pinot Noir from it. At ten years from vintage this is still young. Ruby/purple in color. The nose has black cherries and some spice. On the palate, this is deep and complex. Black cherry and cherry fruit, layered with damp forest floor. Great lush texture. Lots of energy. Long finish. Worked great with food. At least a decade more of development until peak. Certainly a couple points of upside possible.
Purple in color. The nose has cherries and a bit of celery. On the palate, this lacks ripeness. Some cherries but a mean green streak. Not sure if this is the house style or a vintage characteristic. Food helps, but I would prefer some fruit and less green notes. It seems well made but perhaps the fruit was picked too early (at least for my tastes).
Light ruby in color. The nose has cherries and some celery. On the palate, this has tart cherries. A bit weedy. The acidity is nice but a bit under ripe. Worked better with food. Still, overall, this is a good wine but not for everyone.
This is very young and bold. Fruit forward and delicious. Purple in color. The nose has black cherries, coffee, and spice. On the palate, this is deep but hard to see any complexity at this point. Jammy black cherry fruit. Flat out tasty and drinking fine right now. It seems like ten years in a cellar would do just fine, but I have no experience with this winery to know for sure. If I had a few bottle I would certainly hold one back. It is quite enjoyable now though.
Purple in color. This is a bold young Pinot Noir. Dark cherry fruit on the nose, some spice. On the palate, the dark cherry fruit carries thru along with some coffee (presumably oak). This is lush and deep. It will be interesting to see where it goes and how it matures. Right now, I wonder if the fruit outlasts the oak. At the same time, it is delicious right now.
Ruby in color. The nose has spice and cherries. Slight earthiness. On the palate, this is more elegant and light in style. Very smooth. Nice complexity. Cherry with slight sour cherry notes. Good balance. Nice finish.
Light golden in color. The nose has slight lychees. Some minerals. On the palate, this has a nice, slightly oily texture. It is dry (as the label says). Minerals and slight peach. Nice finish.
Great wine. One of the best Oregon Pinot's I have had. Ruby/purple in color. The nose has cherries, sour cherries, slight earthiness and sandalwood. Medium to full bodies. Middle of the road in style, a bit of elegance and some power. Cherries, sour cherries and earthiness. Still young, it will continue to develop for at least five probably ten years before peak. Lovely texture. Nice balance.
This is a Pinot Noir based wine that is cryogenically frozen. Light ruby in color. On the nose its got some cherries but a vegetal note. On the palate, this is ok but its a bit cloying. A little goes a long way.