Willamette Valley Red Wine

Price: $22.99
This dynamic nose shows a wide range of aromatics from guava, passionfruit, watermelon to midnight jasmine, rose water and hibiscus tea. The bright lively mouth has hints of lemonzest, ripe raspberry and pie cherry which frame the mouthwatering acidity.
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: $28.99
The 2012 Gisele is ruby red and purple. It has an aroma of vanilla, cherry, cedar and blood orange. The palate is mouth-filling and round with juicy black raspberries. This Pinot has lingering rich fruit and spice on the finish. Enjoy this wine now or age for 5 to 7 years. Pairs well with roasted rosemary chicken and raisins.
Price: $29.99
Initial aromas of pine resin and mocha give way to new strawberries and raspberries. The wine is elegant yet lively on the palate with flavors of raspberries and Royal Anne cherries and a hint of fresh parsley. The acidity gives the wine energy and movement on the palate and fine grain tannins carry the wine to a smooth, almost ethereal ...
Price: $19.99
Cloudline is deep ruby red, a sign of its classic Pinot Noir character. On the palate, the wine is soft and round, with a delightful core of cherries and red fruits. The structure is perhaps even a bit better than the much-admired 2005 Cloudline, and the overall fruit-forwardness makes for a wine that is thoroughly enjoyable now and for the ...
Price: $50.00 $41.99
Attention-grabbing aromas of baking marionberry pie, its filling bubbling over a browned crust, swirled with rootbeer, vanilla, faint eucalyptus and baking spice. A silky mouthful of cherry, currant and berries mingle on the sweet mid-palate. Fine-tuned tannins offer pleasing tension and energy.
Price: $29.99
Produced since 1994, Mt. Jefferson Cuvee is regularly rated one of the most popular Pinot Noirs on restaurant wine lists across the country. Made with a blend of grapes from each of the estate vineyards, and top quality fruit traded or purchased from neighboring vineyards, the Mt. Jefferson Cuvee conveys a rich diversity of place, deserving of its reputation as ...
Price: $90.00 $74.99
The Last Chapter Pinot Noir is produced from grapes grown in both volcanic soil (Fire) and sedimentary soil (Flood). Coming from four vineyards (Shea, Hyland, Tresori, DDL) the combination carries both bright and tart “red” notes from the fire set against deepermore soulful “blue” notes from the flood.
Price: $57.99
Jessie Vineyard tends to produce Pinot Noirs that are recognized by a savory aroma that often calls to mind rare-beef. It also tends to have a very fresh and appealing scent of minerality, along with some higher tone lavender—purple flower notes. On the palate, Jessie tends towards a full mouth-feel and a deeper—darker—rounder impression. They find a certain "nervosity" in ...
Price: $105.00
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: $58.99
Intense plum in color, this wine has a distinct bouquet of dried lavender, dark cacao, black cherry and tobacco smoke. Spicy clove, currant and Bing cherry are flavorful on the palate with a savory, yet juicy, finish.
Price: $57.99
Eileen Vineyard tends to produce a wine that is the most precocious of our four estate vineyards and it's often the first wine is released into the market. It is always the wine that is shown first in a line-up of Cristom Pinot Noir. They often find them softer, meaning rounder on the palate with less minerality. Typically, Eileen is ...
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: $59.99
The wine is more heavily textured, dark-fruited and more concentrated in flavor than any of Cristom's other estate Pinot Noir. There are often creamy-mocha latte notes on the bouquet co-mingling with dark red fruits that are reminiscent of fresh mulberries, very ripe blackberries, plums and black cherries along with hints of chocolate. Louise Vineyard Pinot Noir has a delightful velvet ...
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The fruit for the Estate is sourced from throughout Shea Vineyard. The nose offers black cherry and the rich earthiness of forest floor, accented with violet floral notes. The palate is rich with additional hints of cocoa, supple fine grain tannins and a long, elegant finish.
Price: $29.99
The stylistic vision is pure Pinot Noir fruit with a soft, juicy mouthfeel, balanced oak and soft, sweet, ripe tannins. The methodology includes attention to detail from vineyard tobottle. Picked at peak ripeness, the fruit was gently destemmed, with approximately 90% of the berries remaining intact for intra-berry fermentation, which adds lively fruit forward characteristics. Prior to ...
Price: $24.99
The wine opens with lifted primary red fruits and notes of five spice on the nose. On the palate, red currant and pomegranate characters are supported by supple tannins and vibrant acidity through a long, satisfying finish. Sometimes the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
Price: $19.99 $17.99
Price: $19.99 $17.99
To craft this wonderfully balanced Rainstorm Pinot Noir, Rainstorm takes advantage of Oregon's diverse landscape by selecting grapes from their vineyards in the Willamette and Umpqua Valleys. With its cool, mild climate, the Willamette Valley of northern Oregon produces Pinot Noirs with an earthy, elegant style and complex flavors and subtlety. The hotter and drier climate in southern ...
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: $29.99
Warm aromas of ripe plum, cola, tobacco and cayenne frame the floral notes of violet and dried rose petal in the nose. The plush and silky mouth shows spicy black cherry and sweet almond while the juicy acidity and soft tannins make this wine dangerously approachable.
Price: $27.99
Price: $27.99
Argyle Pinot Noir is an honest representation of the Willamette Valley. Fermented entirely in small lots, and blended for purity, 2013 toes the line between red and dark cherry, while offering spicy forest floor and hints of black tea. The palate is lively and graceful, building density and focus as the silky tannins build into the long,energetic finish.
Price: $30.00 $24.99
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: $29.00 $19.99
Price: $29.00 $19.99
This dark crimson hued wine has aromas of black cherry, cassis and red licorice. The texture is quite plush and velvety with integrated tannin, so it will pair with a variety of cuisines. The flavors are classic Oregon pinot noir cherry and berry nuances, with notes of cured meats and baking spices layered in. With a little less acidity and ...
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: $27.99
#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: $46.99
The Kalita is the Michael Phelps of the line-up. The wine is consistent, impressive, powerful, and highly lauded. The 2010 has a black fruit profile accented by cola and spice and backed by well-placed tannins. Its expressiveness on the palate and long finish make it a crowd pleaser that we hope you will enjoy with filet mignon, beef bourgunoine, or ...
Price: $29.99
Deep garnet in color, the spice driven nose includes aromas of red cherry, cinnamon, vanilla, and a hint of sweet tobacco leaf. Full flavored with a sweet, juicy, and deep center, surrounded by ripe red raspberry, a touch of gravel, bergamot, and strawberry compote. Nice firm structure. Finish is pure fruit with those briar-earth elements. A compact, complex and complete ...
Price: $48.99
Dark, fathomless color. Big, brooding, blackberry-fruited nose with a touch of cocoa leaf. Concentrated mouth feel. Has real power and broad tannin shoulders. Not for the faint of heart. The tannins add grip to the very rich black fruit. The finish is blackberry with Southwest Indian spice, black pepper, and a splash of clove and Ceylon cinnamon. Classic Yamhill-Carlton Pinot ...
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