DD stands for Delayed Disgorgement, meaning the wine has undergone a late disgorgement after a remarkable ten years of maturation. The result is revealing indulgent notes of caramel, nuts, and chocolate. Baked apple and candied lemon add a delightful sweetness, while the toasty essence enhances the richness of the mouthful. This sparkling delivers a massive…
The nose is fruity, fresh and reveals a nice definition of fruit, a certain purity of fruit and some tense freshness. There are hints of pulpy/blushing cherry, bright plum and more lightly bright blackberry combined with fine touches of violet, bergamot as well as fine chocolate and a very discreet, almost sappy quality. The palate…
A bright wine with very expressive complexity. The list of aromas composing the bouquet seems infinite: red berries, strawberry compote, tart blueberries, forest floor, mushroom, baking spices, moss, aniseed, tobacco… The tannins are velvety, and the palate has depth, density, and concentration.
Very elegant Pinot Noir with resplendent aromas of rose petals, pomegranate, dark cherries, truffles, beet, and dried herbs. It’s original and complex with a very pure expression. The palate is silky smooth, but with a hint of stemminess on the finale.
Very Plush Pinot Noir with notes of juicy, ripe raspberries, wild berries, pomegranate as well as cedar, mint, and potting soil. The palate is smooth, with detailed tannins and pristine structure. The finale brings out a slight spiciness.
This is a very ripe Pinot Noir full of ripe, juicy red & black fruits mixed with notes of vanilla and chocolate. The palate has a jammy character, still packed with fruitiness but also with a slight spiciness that brings complexity. This is a voluminous and powerful Pinot Noir.
Sourced entirely from Erratic Oaks Vineyard in the upcoming Mt. Pisgah sub-AVA, this wine is bright and fruity, with expressive notes of raspberry, blackberry, and cherry with slight oak presence and cacao hints. It’s a simple, slightly textured wine with a good concentration of flavors.
Fresh Pinot Noir with ripe aromas of blueberries and blackberries with layered addition of savory notes of dried herbs and black tea. The acidity is racy and the tannins are slightly powdery. It’s an approachable and well-balanced wine.
Fresh and quaffable Pinot Gris with fragrant aromas of Papaya, pear, candied lemon, grapefruit pulp, and elderflower. It’s medium-bodied and has a well-balanced body. Overall, there’s a rich and tasteful mouthfeel.
This wine shows concentrated black fruit aromas, dark cherries, and dried herbs. It has depth and minerality but also the purity of the characteristic fruit of that region of Oregon.