2007 Scott Paul Cellars Pinot Noir La Paulée

Pinot Noir

  • USA
  • Oregon
  • Willamette Valley
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Community Tasting Notes 69

  • j77bman Likes this wine: 91 points

    February 17, 2018 - Soft front and mid with delicate finish. Light floral notes, hint of strawberry- wonderful

  • mdvino63 Likes this wine: 89 points

    July 18, 2017 - very nice indeed. clean New World Pinot. Moderately pale. Varietally correct mid-weight without any excess fat, but not lean by any stretch. Tasty. Very nice. Solid 88-90 pt.

  • Chrisinroch Likes this wine:

    March 26, 2017 - Really a lovely bottle of wine...light color and body, pure and clean. If you are tired of cola and vanilla in your pinot, this is a great food friendly wine.

  • mjgkng Likes this wine: 90 points

    October 8, 2016 - Very light, with nice fruit.

  • neruda11 wrote: 90 points

    July 23, 2016 - Nice! Still hanging in there just fine...opened and sat in the glass 15 min. No drop off over the 90 minute meal.

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  • By Allen Meadows
    January 2010, Issue #37 (link)

    (Scott Paul Wines Pinot Noir - La Paulée Villages Red) Subscribe to see review text.


  • By Josh Raynolds
    May/June 2009, IWC Issue #144 (link)

    (Scott Paul Wine Cellars Pinot Noir La Paulee Willamette Valley) Subscribe to see review text.


  • By Jon Rimmerman
    10/31/2010 (link)

    (SCOTT PAUL La Paulee Pinot Noir) Oregon Pinot Noir Dear Friends, Ok, this deal was simply too good to pass up – the only caveat is that I have to put it out on a Sunday or we loose our shot at one of the best price/value examples of Pinot Noir you are likely to find. With all the hoopla over 2008 in Oregon, someone forgot to tell the more terroir-specific vintners in the Willamette Valley (such as Scott Paul) that 2007 wasn’t worth a darn – guess again. Just like 2009 in the Cote d’Or (versus 2007), my hunch is that many of you will prefer the less “sweet” and lower alcohol style of the top 2007s. While there are many wonderful Oregon wines in 2008, the elegance of the better 2007’s gives them an allure that is closer to the Old World. Case in point, today’s wine – an example that’s developed beautifully over the last year with a filigreed sense of itself that is missing in many 2008s. Yes, the 2008s have more volume, extract and oomph but do they have the mystery? While the La Paulee will not make you forget Lafarge, I can see the obvious thread of admiration in the style Scott Paul so wistfully embraces for the New World – light extraction, moderate oak use and an expression of vintage and varietal first. All of this adds up to a signature style that acts as a refreshing accompaniment to your evening meal, not as a replacement for dessert (one of the controversial attributes of 2008 in Oregon - far too much RS left in the wines). While the 2007s still have a touch of sweetness on the finish (just like 99.99% of all domestic examples of Pinot Noir), it is not an obtuse attribute. A perfect entrée to Scott Paul’s style is the 2007 La Paulee - a wine that screams Pinot Noir from the first whiff – there’s no mistake as to its varietal origin. With only 12.9-13.1% alcohol, the 20-25 year old Dundee Hills vines (old by Oregon standards) gave us a cool-toned bargain that will be deftly appreciated by many of our Burgundy enthusiasts... (I'm including both reviews below as the wine sits somewhere between the two descriptions) A deal of deals on domestic Pinot Noir directly from the winery cellar with perfect provenance. ONE SHIPMENT ONLY at this price: 2007 Scott Paul “La Paulee” Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley) - (compare at $28-35+) FIRST COME FIRST SERVED up to 24/person until we run out To order: This parcel is set to arrive in a week or so (please check OARS for local pick up after Nov 15th). It will ship at the end of the Fall shipping season (weather permitting). Out of state orders will be held for free under ideal storage conditions (56 degrees/70%humidity) until shipping is possible. Locals may pick up at their leisure. For current local pick up and arrival/ship information, please see your OARS link below (at the bottom of this offer) - don’t know how to access your OARS? Simply click the link and see your account. You can also paste the link into your browser. If you are having trouble with your link or your account, please contact: NO SALES TO RETAILERS OR WHOLESALERS Thank you, Jon Rimmerman Garagiste Seattle, WA Click here to view the status of your orders in O.A.R.S.

Sommelier Journal

  • By Christie Dufault, ACWP
    June 2009 (link)

    (Scott Paul Pinot Noir La Paulée, Willamette Valley) Beautifully crafted, elegant, restrained Pinot Noir with aromas and flavors of cherry and a mushroomy earthiness. Supple and silky on the palate, displaying refined flavors and a lingering finish. Hot Picks

Wine Definition

  • Vintage 2007
  • Type Red
  • Producer Scott Paul Cellars
  • Varietal Pinot Noir
  • Designation La Paulée
  • Vineyard n/a
  • Country USA
  • Region Oregon
  • SubRegion Willamette Valley
  • Appellation Willamette Valley

Community Holdings

  • Pending Delivery 14 (1%)
  • In Cellars 188 (19%)
  • Consumed 778 (79%)

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