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91 points Vinous: "Limpid ruby-red. Vibrant red and dark berry scents are complemented by suggestions of candied rose, star anise and cola; a minerally element builds in the background. Fleshy and seamless in texture, showing very good energy to the sweet cherry and black raspberry flavors, which deepen slowly on the back half. Shows strong, spicy tenacity on the persistent, floral-dominated finish, which is shaped by supple, slow-building tannins. (JR)" (06/2019) K&L Notes: Averaen Pinot Noir comes from the folks at Banshee, and is made in Oregon by w...

Ken Wright Cellars is one of the standard bearers for Oregon Pinot Noir. A pioneer of single-vineyard bottlings in Willamette Valley, this producer is synonymous with exceptional quality. Producer's notes: "The Ken Wright Cellars Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is a representation of many of our single vineyard Pinot noir sites in one bottle. Ripe rainier cherry, red plum and blackberry are nestled between notes of rose petal, cedar and turned earth. The wine is vibrant and lively on the palate with a generous finish."
Price: $24.99

Broadley Vineyards is a family owned and operated vineyard and winery established in 1981 in Oregon's Willamette Valley. The estate is farmed using sustainable farming practices, and the wine has become one of the best values in domestic Pinot Noir over the last decade, offering real dark-fruited Oregon character for a reasonable price point.
Price: $24.99

96 points Wine Spectator: "Seduces you immediately, with expressive violet and dark raspberry aromas that open to polished and brilliantly structured blueberry, savory anise and tea flavors that take on richness on a long finish. Drink now through 2026. Beaux Frères has set the gold standard for Oregon Pinot Noir since Michael Etzel planted his first vines in 1988 in an old pig farm, in what is now the Ribbon Ridge AVA of Willamette Valley. The Upper Terrace vineyard is his most recent planting, which is situated just north of and at a higher elevation t...

91 points James Suckling: "A brambly array of vibrantly ripe red-cherry aromas here with a lithe, fresh and juicy palate that offers a gently spicy and toasty finish with plenty of fresh-fruit kick." (09/2019) 91 points Wine Spectator: "Polished and elegantly complex, with pretty rose petal, raspberry and spiced tea flavors that glide on the long finish. Drink now through 2024. (TF)" (02/2019) 90 points Vinous: "Deep vivid red. Ripe red berries, cherry pit and a hint of dark chocolate on the nose. Nicely concentrated dark fruit and floral pastille fl...

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine is open and aromatic, with pretty scents of pastry, butter cookie and apple turnover. The apple and apricot fruit is bright and concentrated. Full malolactic and onequarter new French oak aging lends a smooth, buttery finish. *Editors’ Choice* (PG)" (12/2019) K&L Notes: From the producer: "AVNI Chardonnay 2017 combines fruit from predominantly volcanic soils in the Eola-Amity Hills including grapes from Yamhill-Carlton, and some fruit from the Chehalem Mountains on marine sediments. The grapes were picked to maxim...

2017 Résonance (Louis Jadot) Pinot Noir Willamette Valley (Elsewhere $40) (Elsewhere $40)
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93 points Wine Spectator: "A wine with structure and presence, buoyed by a complex backbone of minerality, wrapped in refined dark cherry and black tea flavors and finishing with fine-grained tannins. Best from 2021 through 2029. (TF)" (10/2019) 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "The first Pinot of the new vintage from Jadot’s Oregon project, this has a soft entry into a palate with pomegranate and raspberry fruit. There’s a balanced herbal frame around the red fruits, and the overall structure suggests that this wine should age quite gracefully. Drink now th...

96 points James Suckling: "There’s a real sense of depth and detail here with fresh cherries and blueberries, swathed in vanilla-dusted violets, fresh-cut roasting herbs and biscuit spices. The palate has a very plush and smoothly rendered feel with a long, smooth and seamless run of ripe blueberries and cherries. Concentrated and elegant pinot with a long, long finish. Drink across the next decade." (07/2019) 94-95 points Vinous: "Deep red. High-pitched cherry, black raspberry and rose scents are complemented by hints of succulent herbs, exotic spices...

92 points James Suckling: "An amalgam of the three parcels, made in an approachable style that has a fresh cut of fine tannin and a wealth of fresh raspberries and red cherries." (09/2019) K&L Notes: Fermented 30% whole cluster with native yeasts, aged on gross lees for 11 months, gently racked to tank and gravity bottled. Vineyards: Shea, Sequitur and Bednarik. Clones: Chalone Heritage, Pommard and 777.

95 points James Suckling: "This is a blend of parcels, fermented as hand-snipped, single berries in 500-liter amphorae. The intrinsically fragrant and gently tarry red cherries deliver a complex, youthful impression with assertively spicy oak. The palate has a wildly detailed, fresh and juicy array of rich, dark cherries and berries with such long and succulent, fine tannins. Really exceptional expression of Willamette pinot. Drink across the next decade." K&L Notes: Winemaker's Notes: "Dick and Deirdre Shea are notoriously selective when it comes to th...

93 points Wine Spectator: "Graceful and sleekly complex, with pretty cherry blossom aromas that open to poised raspberry, green tea and spice flavors that glide along the finish. Drink now through 2026. (TF)" (03/2019) Wine Enthusiast: "Young and tightly wound, this has strong herbal sinews threading through tart red fruits. A light touch of cocoa powder dots the finish. It's an easy-drinking style that may be enjoyed immediately, but aeration/decanting is recommended to fully open it up. (PG)" (06/2019) K&L Notes: Winemaker's Notes: "The 2017 Pinot ...

93 points Wine Spectator: "Well-built and lively, featuring cherry and blueberry flavors, laced with black tea and smoky spice notes that build tension toward refined tannins. Drink now through 2027. *Smart Buys* (TF)" (07/2019)

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "At first this seems a bit soft, but once it sits in the mouth a moment it stiffens up with supple, spicy flavors of ripe tree fruits. There's a hint of apple pie, butter and caramel also, and it's drinking in a good place and should continue into the early 2020s. (PG)" (01/2020)

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Composed of juice from six top vineyards that contribute to St. Innocent’s vineyard designates, this is a firm, herbal wine with a tight core of black cherry fruit. A vein of iron runs down the spine, and the acidity brings hints of citrus. (PG)" (01/2020) K&L Notes: From the winery: "St. Innocent began as an idea conceived in a moment of passion and inspiration in 1983. Mark Vlossak spent the next five years studying, taking classes, and apprenticing with Oregon wine pioneer, Fred Arterberry. In 1988, St. Innocent Winery wa...

Cascade Brewing Garden Party is a blend of Sour Blond & Wheat Ales aged in White Wine Barrels for up to Two Years with Willamette Valley-grown Chardonnay Grapes followed by a late infusion of fresh Meyer Lemon Zest and dried Elderflower. The perfect beverage for any outdoor soiree, Garden Party delivers the sparkle of champagne, the floral delicacy of elderflowers and the brilliance of sweet lemon zest - bring refinement and refreshment to your party, wherever it may be!
Price: $15.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine opens with lovely scents of cranberry and raspberry. Those juicy, fresh flavors follow to a lightly spicy, medium-bodied palate with a gentle hint of cholocate. It was fermented with one-quarter whole clusters and aged in 20% new French. *Editors’ Choice* (PG)" (12/2019)

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "With compelling toasty/baking bread notes over a core of apple pie, marzipan and peach cobbler, the 2014 Pinot Gris Old Vine has a medium body and pleasant buttered toast notes intermingled with baked apple notions, finishing long and nutty. (LPB)" (08/2018) Wine Enthusiast: "Lightly spicy, this crisp young wine delivers just-ripe mixed citrus fruit. There are hints of jicama and white radish also, giving it a peppery finish. Just a touch of residual sugar (5 g/L) offsets some of the piercing acidity. (PG)" (10...

94 points Wine Spectator: "Polished and elegantly complex, with expressive cherry and blueberry flavors, accented by crushed stone and black tea notes, building tension and lively acidity toward refined tannins. (TF, Web Only-2019)" 92 points James Suckling: "Light and bright, poached cherries and berries lead to a smooth array of finely spiced cherry flavors and a smoothly delivered, plush and smooth palate. Drink or hold. " (05/2019)

Matt Kinne is a one-man show at his under-the-radar McKinlay Vineyards on Parrett Mountain in the Chehalem Mountains AVA. He is know to be so picky about his fruit selection that he often produces only one wine in a given vintage. With a loyal local following, not much of Matt's wines make it to retail shelves, but for those with a keen eye for old-school Pinot Noir at a true value, look no further.
Price: $17.99

A collaboration project made with Mikkeller, Bean-to-Barrel Triple features a blend of barrel and foudre aged sour triple ales with toasted Oregon and French oak and a late infusion of cocoa nibs sourced from Bean Geeks Craft Chocolate in Copenhagen. Celebrating Bean Geeks' "bean-to-bar" chocolate-making methods, Bean-to-Barrel Triple offers aromas of dark chocolate, vanilla and toasted oak sugars combined with the light pear and citrus fruit notes of the sour triple.
Price: $13.99

93 points James Suckling: "Very bright, earthy and darker cherry-fruited style with fresh, whole-bunch fragrance and a very pure, gently earthy overall impression. The palate has attractive, fresh red cherries and blueberries, framed in bright, vibrant tannins. Drink or hold. " (05/2019)

92-93 points Vinous: "Limpid violet. Ripe, spice- and smoke-tinged black raspberry, cola and a hint of musky flowers on the deeply perfumed, expansive nose. Juicy red and dark berry liqueur flavors are sharpened by a spike of smoky minerality and pick up an allspice nuance with aeration. Concentrated as well as lively and focused, with no rough edges. A sexy floral quality emerges on the energetic, spice-laced finish, where well-knit tannins add shape and gentle grip. (JR)" (06/2019) 93 points Wine Spectator: "A dynamic, complex wine that retains polis...

91 points James Suckling: "Bright strawberries and wild raspberries with smoothly fluid and fine tannins that carry well into the finish and have a gentle, red-fruit core that holds well and delivers a long, juicy and very approachable impression with paper-fine tannins. Drink now." (07/2019)

97 points James Suckling: "A very complex and powerful chardonnay with ripe-nectarine, lemon and grapefruit aromas, laced with cool, stony notes, as well as flint and attractively restrained oak. The palate has mouthwatering, intense fruit with such attractively concentrated, pithy-grapefruit and white-peach flavors with beautifully wound flesh that pervades the crisp, long and gently toasty finish. Really superb chardonnay. Drink or hold. (NS)" K&L Notes: A barrel selection blend of Hyland, Anahata, Bunker Hill, and Chehalem Mountain Vineyard, the EGW ...

97 points James Suckling: "This offers ripe-pineapple and lime-juice aromas, as well as white peaches and wet stones, in a very expressive mode. The palate has a very smooth core of mellow, cashew nuts and white peaches with some very assertive and dense, fleshy-peach and praline notes to close. Drink or hold." (05/2019) 91 points Wine Spectator: "Rich and plump, with well-structured baked apple and toasted spice flavors that linger on the long finish. (TF, Web Only-2020)"

Erin Brooks writes of Jim Maresh: "Jim attributes much of his success to his fruit, which comes from old vines planted by his family in the early 1970s and are entirely dry farmed."
Price: $44.95

Cabernet Franc / Gamay blend
Price: $24.99

93 points James Suckling: "An attractive array of rich red to dark cherries that delivers a fine layer of perfume and a wealth of bright raspberries and red cherries. The palate is subtly earthy and gently spicy with a very plush and assertive core of blueberries and red cherries. Smooth, supple and very energetic. Drink over the next six to eight years." (05/2019) 91 points Vinous: "Brilliant red. Displays aromas of ripe red berries and cherry, along with subtle cola, woodsmoke and Asian spice nuances. Sweet and penetrating on the palate, offering jui...

Wine Enthusiast: "Production of this value Pinot has almost tripled in the past few years, but for the price the quality remains quite high. Principally sourced from the Umpqua Valley AVA, it's a spicy wine with flavors of cranberry, blood orange and underbrush. (PG)" (03/2019) K&L Notes: This wildly successful brand from Union Wine Co. has become known for great quality at a great price.
Price: $11.99

This cider is made from foraged apples from the western side of the Willamette Valley known to locals as the West Valley. The fruit comes from old unsprayed wild or abandoned apple trees found along creeks, rivers and old original homestead orchards. The apples are picked and held in a cooler for 3-4 weeks to concentrate slightly prior to milling. The apples are then milled, pressed and allowed to ferment naturally with ambient yeast. Toward the end of fermentation the cider is blended together and bottled with some of the apple’s natural sugar still rem...
Price: $11.99

The winery describes 'Botanica's' unique, exotic character, "Botanica is always sappy and sanguine with a taste of wild rose, sour cherries, and blood orange. It is tempting to define it solely by its compelling texture and lush personality but there is a structural element that is equally striking. This balance between extraordinarily concentrated fruit and intense levels of extract is the essence of this wine."
Price: $99.99

93 points James Suckling: "A very foresty array of red berries, leaves and herbs with woody spices, all making for a complex proposition. The palate has a nicely contained feel with a fluid build of red to darker cherries, in a very approachable mode. Nicely cast tannin at the finish, which holds well. " (09/2019) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This pitch-perfect expression of grape, vineyard and AVA opens with silky raspberry fruit. It’s packed deep into a focused, evocative wine with excellent aging potential. Light highlights of cinnamon, chili powder ...

Winemaker's Notes: "60% Pinot Noir, 20% Pinot Gris, 20% Pinot Blanc. Viticulture: Certified Organic. Vinification: Grapes are hand harvested and ferment semi-carbonically as whole bunches in 225 liter, 5 year old wooden barrels, during which time pigeage is performed. The wine rests in tank for about another 9 months and is then bottled unfined, unfiltered, and with a small addition of sulfur." *Natural Wine*
Price: $29.95

Kim Hamblin ("art") and Dan Rinke ("science") launched their label in 2011 with wine, then purchased 40 acres in 2012 to drive the brand into a larger existence.
Price: $21.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Dry, tart and tasty, this fruit is from a Casteel family vineyard. The dense, detailed palate mixes citrus flesh and rind, grapefruit and stone, and trailing suggestions of tangerine and even pineapple. It's a lovely bottle, delicious now but certainly ageworthy, as are almost all of Brooks' acid-driven Rieslings. (PG)" (10/2019)

Jim Maresh is the first third-generation winemaker in the history of Oregon. His father and grandfather were some of the earliest pioneers of viticulture and winemaking in the state. Jim's upbringing on his family's vineyard gives him an utterly unique appreciation for the red hills of Dundee, its vineyards, the neighbors, the seasons... you might say Dundee is second nature to Jim. It also helps that he farms some of the oldest Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines in the United States. That's why it's no surprise that he makes some of the most sought-after w...
Price: $26.99

From a certified organic and biodynamic estate in the Eola-Amity Hills. Hand-picked Dijon clones, Wädenswil and Pommard. Fermented with naturally occuring yeast. Aged for 10 months in 85% neutral, 15% new French oak, then a portion was transfered to concrete egg and terracotta amphora for additional ageing. 425 cases total production. *Demeter Biodynamic* *Salmon Safe* *Live Sustainable*
Price: $24.95

The "Dundee Hills" bottling is a blend of Maresh Estate and Weber. The Chardonnay from Maresh Vineyard is full, bright and complex with aromatics and flavors of yellow fruits, mineral richness of wet stones and honeycomb. This is a long evolving wine full of tension. There is a scant amount of 1983-planted Chardonnay at Weber, which is blended with Maresh and bottled as Dundee Hills Chardonnay.

Wine Spectator: "Zesty and forward, with lemon-lime and dried apricot accents. (TF)" (09/2019) K&L Notes: So much attention is paid to Willamette Valley Pinot Noir, that it often goes underreported that they also grow and make spectacular Riesling, too. And Brooks is among the rising stars of Oregon's Riesling revival.
Price: $17.95