The oak is indeed subdued with this wine, both in the aroma and the taste. This is my second bottle of the case, and it's time to start drinking up the rest of them, this wine has come into its time. Acid is still powerful enough to cut through any fats in the meal (had this with pork tenderloin tonight) and the fruit is still holding up well. All is in balance, if you saved some of this until now, you will be rewarded with a nice wine.
Found a couple of these under other bottles, almost forgot about them. I did see that I drank one of the three laid down, and forgot to mention it here. Aroma really opened up after about an hour or so, was rather thin at first. The scent is an integrated blend of floral and fruit, and the taste is solid Pinot Noir. Good Oregon funk, with tannins having faded away. Long finish of cherries with a hint of peppercorns. I saw that WS said to drink by 2012, but this is tasting quite nice. My original intention on opening this bottle was to drink the third and final one this year, and while that may happen, I still think this has enough acid to stay at it's peak throughout 2014. Maybe beyond, who knows? At the price I paid, ($18) I wish I had laid down more.