The mid-palate and finish show a bit more tartness without losing the rich sense of depth and mouth-feel. Highly Recommended (92).
A look at how Oregon Pinot Noir isn't just for red wine anymore.
Another lovely offering from the folks at White Rose in Oregon. They offer a wide range of wines from different vineyards. This one opens with a classic pinot nose of smoked cherries and plums. Tannins are soft and fruit is silken as it lingers on the palate after you first give it a little time to come around. Finishes a tad awkwardly, but the wine is still not quite wholly knitted together yet. A couple years' patience will be rewarded. Drink with grilled lamb loin chops. Highly recommended. GT