2011 Oregon Wine

Price: $65.99
Initial aromas of maple candy, baked cherry and smoked meats precede savory notes, bay laurel and black licorice. The mouth is focused and elegant with touches of huckleberry crumble, cola and spice. The finish is persistent and bright.
Price: $99.00
The 2011 Arcus Estate Pinot Noir opens with aromas of fresh blueberry cobbler, dark plums and juicy black cherries. Succulent flavors of cherry cola and black tea saturate the palate and are accompanied by layers of mixed baking spices. Mouthwatering flavors of marionberry, cinnamon stick and black huckleberry leave the palate craving another taste of this burgeoning wine.
Price: $43.99
Beautiful deep garnet in color, the nose is filled with bright cherry aromas with floral notes and undertones of earthy forest floor. The palate is broad with lush, with a slightly chalky texture, yet elegant and precise with sustained fruit flavors amongst fine and textured tannins. The wine finishes elegantly – in harmonious fashion.
Price: $29.99
A stunning 2011, the Winemaker's Cuvee is a bright glimmer; dancing with vigor and fluidity across the palate, bursting with an expansive spectrum of red fruit - red raspberry, red plum, pomegranate and red currant, grounded by delicate spice and an subtle dustiness.
Price: $44.99
Shea Vineyard is located in the hilly country at the north end of the Willamette Valley. The wine has a distinctive sweet soy character, with ripe red cherries, blackberries and plums in the nose and mouth.
Price: $59.00 $41.99
Because 2011 was a very cool vintage, it resembles the much cooler region of Vosne Romanee in the Cote de Nuits. This region is known for such pricey burgundies as La Tache and Romanee Conti, but it's the more seductive Richebourg that closely resembles our 2011 FIRST CLASS. In lieu of the silky texture and spicy cherry notes, this wine ...
Price: $43.99
Brilliant pale straw in color, the aromas fill the glass with a dusty mineral powder character intertwined by orange, quince and citrus notes. There is a distinctive hint of fragrant gardenia and lemon verbena as the nose opens up. The palate is a smooth, yet vibrant and bright as it broadens on the mid-palate with flavors of creamsicle and subtle ...
Price: $35.99
2012 is an exceptional vintage given the overall quality of the fruit. The grapes came in bursting with flavor and that has given the wines a nice round texture and excellent flavors of fresh forward fruit. I can feel a little more body than either 2011 or 2010, but with no loss of floral aromatics or lightness on the palate. ...
Price: $29.00 $21.99
Price: $29.00 $21.99
While wrapped in a hint of spice, the aromas of this wine are dominated by bright red fruits like rhubarb, strawberry and cranberry. On the palate, it exhibits lithe fruitiness and lingering cherry and berry flavors. The wine is medium bodied with a silky texture and would be very versatile in pairing with many types of food.
Price: $35.00 $29.99
The 2011 Rex Hill Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is a perfect Oregon color: beautiful, dark and brilliant burgundy red from the center of the rim. When first produced, intense aromatics of wet stone, black cherries, ripe raspberries, cassis, tobacco and forest floor notes jump from the glass. After some time, the wine opens and deepens revealing notes of iris, cinnamon, ...
Price: $39.99
Black cherry, sweet earth and black tea on the nose. Framed by structured tannins that lead into a layered palate of dense blackberries, bramble and cocoa. Balanced acidity throughout that finishes long with cherry cola and wood vanilla.
Price: $38.99
Decadent wafts of cherry strudel with vanilla icing mingle with dark berries, baking spice and the faintest hint of beach-fire smokiness. A silky mouthful of boysenberry, cherry cola, crème brulée and sandalwood glides evenly across the palate as supple tannins offer a pleasingly prolonged finish.Excellent with wild mushrooms, duck, roast beef, lamb orother red meats.
Price: $24.99
#53 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2014On the heels of the late and cool 2010 and 2011 vintage, 2012 was a welcome sight. Although the season started with wet and long spring weather, the summer brought dry and warm conditions. From July through mid-October there were only trace amounts of precipitation. Days were warm, but nights stayed cool giving us ...
Price: $14.99
Day bright hues of gold and surprising tropical fruit aromas for this growing region show high quality ripe grapes. Seductive aromas of bright Fuji apples and quince dominate the nose. The soft but crisp palate offers refreshing Meyer lemon and tangerine charactersthat lead into a finish with crisp and balanced acid.
Price: $63.99
We blended Dijon clone 777, Pommard, and Dijon clone 115 to create this wine with lovely aromatics and a palate of dry cranberry and pie cherry. The tannins are polished and beautifully integrated, and the wine is supple and balanced. It's the most forward of Shea's 2011s.
Price: $27.99
The wine opens with spice driven aromas of nutmeg and toasted pine nuts with a strong undercurrent of custard derived from extended lees contact. As the wine breaths, aromas of lemon zest, cider apples, and oak spice begin to emerge. The palate is focused, and framed by a taut vein of acidity that carries the wine to a mineral laden ...
Price: $13.99
A semi-sweet medium bodied wine. Bright tropical aromas of pineapple, supported by lighter notes of anise and apple, lead into a honeyed entry on the sip with a creamy mouthfeel and fruit cocktail flavors. Sweet and sour notes are supported by a clean, well-formed fruit to acid balance leading into the finish.Great by itself. Pairs well with sushi, spicy Asian ...
Price: $52.99
The name "Elizabeth's Reserve" was first used in 1986 to designate the blend of our best barrels of Pinot noir. From 1987 until 1999 it designated a single vineyard wine, but in 2000 returned to a "best of winery" reserve - the best barrels from our best lots. Most of the fruit for this wine (65%) comes from five of ...
Price: $44.99
Sourced from throughout Shea Vineyard this is classic Oregon Pinot Noir. It displays violet aromas, red fruit on the palate and a spicy long finish. The Estate is big but not overpowering. The tannins are smooth, the acidity bright and the wine structured and balanced.
Price: $69.99
The 2011 Laurene is an essay in balance. Its color is both brilliant red and deep ruby. The nose has the spice character of 2011 - anise, clove & tea – with further notes of baked fig, rhubarb and pomegranate. On the palate, the texture is both light & viscous, with mouth coating tannins, and flavors of spice & ripe ...
Price: $23.99
Price: $23.99
#55 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2013Elegant and complex aromas of bing cherries, cranberries, red currants, raspberries and strawberries, a combination of wild flowers and fresh forest berries that epitomize Oregon Pinot Noir. The juicy red fruit flavors open the attack then evolve in the mouth to darker fruit flavors with spice and mineral overtones. The wine shows ripe tannins ...
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