• ProfAvi wrote: 88 points

    May 29, 2021 - I found this lurking in the cellar bought from TWS.
    Was slightly worried as reviews seem to suggest I should have drunk this by now.
    Screwcap. PnP.
    As soon as it was opened I knew everything was going to be ok.
    Garnet in colour - appealing nose of redcurrant, cherries and marzipan!
    Long thin legs.
    High acid on the palate - not too much fruit but lots of spice.
    Smells better than it tastes.
    Will see how it develops over the night.

  • Keith Cooper Likes this wine: 90 points

    March 26, 2018 - Tasted at The Wine Society Americas tasting, London. Light ruby colour. The nose is delicate and pleasing. The nose and palate show cherries and plums. The palate is chewy, a hint of bitterness and well balanced. Overall, very good. It's pricey, but then it is from Oregon!

  • chatters wrote:

    October 23, 2017 - Born in the USA (The Great Hall, One Great George Street, Westminster): cherry and chocolate, cream and vanilla and slight spice. Wet & spicy. Fruit is a little muted. Hmm.

  • henrygjeffreys Likes this wine:

    July 14, 2017 - smells of cranberries with leafy notes and some earthy savoury things going on too
    Ripe fresh red fruit, clean, warm and spicy on the finish with a litlte vanilla
    very nice!

  • ElAzul Likes this wine: 92 points

    April 17, 2017 - red fruit forward, cherries and a hint of chocolate, a very nice PN

  • M&Mcellar Likes this wine: 94 points

    September 3, 2016 - Combination of dark fruit and bright red fruit with cherry finish. Medium bodied wine that needs to age or open/decant for 60 minutes. Great as a food wine rather than patio sipping. One of the better pinots from Oregon for the price!