The 2007 Bishop Creek Barrel Selection Pinot Noir spoke volumes. The wine was delicate, a bit thin and a light ruby color, yet incredibly complex and well integrated. The taste was undeniably gorgeous, opening up to reveal layers of tart cranberry, luscious pomegranate, fragrant rose petals, and a hint of forest floor in fall. At $22, this wine’s a very reasonable indulgence—especially for Oregon Pinot noir—and one you’ll want to have speak to you again and again. Read more at Tamara's blog, Sip with Me.