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92 Points

Saturday, January 18, 2014 - Initially very tight, needing several hours to blow off the sour-patch-kid-nail-polish-remover. Afterwards with lush cherry and a texture as soft as biting into a ripe plum. A nice dose of Oregon earth. Not bad for a mass-produced Oregon pinot.

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  • Comment posted by Gordonium:

    1/18/2014 9:02:00 PM - Glad you enjoyed this; definitely looking forward to drinking my bottle. I'm curious as to what exactly you mean by "mass-produced," though. Having toured their production facility, nothing about it indicates that DDO wines are mass-produced according to my own definition.

  • Comment posted by g & t:

    1/18/2014 9:32:00 PM - With nearly 3000 cases made, it's an order of magnitude larger than similarly priced 200-300 case productions by other brilliant Oregon producers like Alexana, Ayoub, and Brittan.

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