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You'd never know this Chardonnay saw oak, except for the lovely mouthfeel. No malo on this wine leads to fresh stone fruits (apple, pear), "crunchy" acidity, excellent finish. A very crisp and bright Chardonnay - one that reminds you what the grape is all about.
I love this wine - it is everything I love in Cabernet. Good, rich fruit, cedar, dried savory herbs and a killer structure. Not over the top, not one that I'd throw in the cellar for a long period of time, but this has potential to evolve over the next 5 years or so. Tasting delicious now, with a lovely balance. Something I'd like with a pork roast or even a steak - not too heavy, so not for heavy foods, but a great all around Cab.
This is what I'd term a lighter-bodied Pinot Noir. It's bright & fresh red fruits are backed by a pleasing spice. Lots of zesty acidity, but with a slight savory texture. Good balance, great food wine - a go-to for drinking good red in hot weather.
So delicious! Granted, it's no Burgundy, but it is fantastically balanced and smooth. Wonderful fruit, mellow oak and just a lovely finish. If you like GOOD Chardonnay, this is a wine for you.
I love half-bottle options, particularly when they are good! This is an excellent Champagne- dry and crisp, mineral and citrus, but with that typical yeasty note that makes it fill the nose and mouth. Great finish, too. Excellent acidity for pairing with food.
Aromas of ripe peach and tropical fruit; palate offers the same, backed by what I call zippy acidity - it almost dances in your mouth. Great balance, represents Oregon Pinot Gris quite well.
Elk Cove Pinot Gris is exactly what I'm looking for in Oregon PG - it matches lively acidity with rich mouthfeel. Elk Cove has both in perfect preportion - a smooth, silky, rich texture of sweet ripe fruits with that zing of acid to make it refreshing. Well done.
On the lighter bodied style of Rose bubblies, with delicate fruit and wonderfully crisp acidity. Well-balanced, great finish, super refreshing. Lovely as an aperitif, with a light spring or summer lunch or with some take-out chinese or thai!
I love this wine. It's not dense or heavy like many Shiraz, which I like, because it has this elegance to it that is more uplifting rather than heavy. The little Viognier adds to the aromas and "fragrant" is the right term. Lots of berries and spice going on and something floral in the back as well. Palate is complex and lingering with all the berry-goodness a Shiraz should have, but none of the heaviness. All in balance. It's absolutely delicious.
A delicious mineral-driven dry white wine that has layers of stone fruit (think pear and nectarine) backed by great acidity. Great with food or on its own.