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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Pale to medium ruby-purple in color, the 2015 Oregon Pinot Noir gives a good intensity of warm red berry/red cherry cordial notes with a bit of baking spices and floral notes in the background. The medium-bodied palate is soft and juicy with a slight grip of chewy tannins and a red berry-laced finish. (LPB)" (08/2017) Wine & Spirits: "Classic Oregon scents of strawberries and briary cherry lead in this vinous, assertive pinot noir. The finish is leesy and a bit phenolic; give it a chill and serve with duck sausage." (02/...
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97 points Wine Enthusiast: "With its clean, neutral profile, this graceful gin works well with just about anything, from Aviation cocktails (natch) to bone-dry Martinis. On the palate, look for bewitching hints of caraway, juniper, grapefruit and a dry, faintly spicy finish. (KN)" (04/2012) K&L Notes: Aviation Gin is a unique partnership between Lee Medoff and Christian Krogstad of House Spirits Distilling in Portland, OR, and mixologist Ryan Magarian of Liquid Kitchen in Seattle, WA. Believed to the first collaboration of its kind, Aviation Gin evolve...

94 points Vinous: "Shimmering red. Sexy, highly perfumed aromas of raspberry liqueur, cherry, incense and exotic spices. Silky and expansive in the mouth, offering intense red fruit, floral pastille, star anise and vanilla flavors that pick up a smoky nuance as the wine opens up. Finishes on a spicy note, delivering outstanding, floral- and mineral-tinged persistence. This Pinot's blend of depth and finesse is quite something. (JR)" (06/2019) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Forward and fruit-driven, the flavors here touch on strawberry, cherry and tangy ta...

93 points Vinous: "Deep lurid red. A highly perfumed bouquet evokes ripe red berry and cherry preserves, potpourri and exotic spices, and a smoky mineral topnote builds with air. Stains the palate with juicy, densely packed raspberry, cherry cola and rose pastille flavors that are sharpened and lifted by juicy minerality and a spicy snap of white pepper. Delivers a compelling blend of richness and vivacity and closes on a repeating floral note, with superb clarity, harmonious tannins and wonderful persistence. (JR)" (06/2019) 92 points Wine Enthusiast:...

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...



Walt Wines is the Sonoma County-based, but West Coast ranging, Pinot-centric wing of Napa Valley's Hall Winery. The story goes like this: Back in 2010, Sonoma Pinot specialists Roessler Cellars sold the winery to Kathyrn and Craig Hall. Now, Walt is named for F=former United States ambassador to Austria Kathyrn Walt Hall's parents, and the brand focuses on Pinot Noir from chocie vineyards from the Central Coast of California on up to Oregon's Willamette Valley. The winery's vintage note on the Shea: "Light garnet in color, this Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir o...
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About the Shea Vineyard: "Oregon’s Willamette Valley sits at 45 degrees latitude, stretching south of Portland. This revered winegrowing region has often been compared to the Burgundy region of France, for just cause. The two regions share striking similarities such as latitude, rainfall, and amount of sunlight. The Willamette Valley has earned an unparalleled pedigree among New World wines. Well draining volcanic and seabed soils, diverse land contours, and diverse climates garner amazingly distinctive fruit character– wines of remarkable grace and comp...
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92 points James Suckling: "Wild red fruit and a fresh array of raspberries and cherries on the nose that lead to a fresh and juicy palate, packed with succulent fruit flesh. Nice, pure Pinot here. " (10/2018) 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is a sleek, subtle and savory wine. Tangy black raspberry and black cherry fruit is lifted with vivid, citrus acidity. Barrel aged for up to 10 months in French oak, it's a fine, early-drinking effort at a favorable price. *Editors' Choice* (PG)" (10/2018) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Precise and well-built, showin...

Boston native, winemaker Keith Emerson has more than 15 years of experience in the wine industry. He is one of the few winemakers who excels in crafting both Bordeaux and Burgundian varieties and produces wines from Napa, Sonoma, Oregon, and Santa Cruz.
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Founder, winemaker, and former New York somm André Hueston Mack crafts wines featuring Oregon terroir with a style influenced by punk and hip hop. Winery notes: "The 2017 Other People’s Pinot is classic Oregon Pinot—earmark Willamette Valley. It is accessible, a great value, and stays true to the character of the vineyards from which it was born. Earthy, spicy, floral, herb-framed flavors of cherry with gingery wood spice tones."
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Winemaker Adam Smith helped launch the Banshee brand in Sonoma County after having made his start working for wineries in Oregon. After Banshee got rolling, Smith returned to Oregon in 2010 to work on his own wine brand and a few others such as Domaine Nicolas-Jay. He teamed back up with the Banshee crew about three years ago to launch Averaen, a similarly terroir-focused project for which Smith uses his wide network of Oregon growers.
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94 points Vinous: "Dark red. Ripe red berries, pungent flowers and herbs, Indian spices and a hint of vanilla on the highly perfumed nose. Silky, seamless and appealingly sweet; a touch of peppery spice adds bite to the concentrated raspberry and cherry liqueur flavors. Takes a turn to darker fruit with air and finishes impressively long, displaying excellent clarity and velvety tannins that add shape. (JR)" (01/2018) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Elton's 30-year-old vines weave subtle threads of herb, root and earth around its tight wild strawberry, cur...

About the producer: "When he isn’t running the wine program at The Heathman, James operates a small and growing winery specializing in single-vineyard wines with minimal manipulation through SE Wine Collective in Portland. James’ inspiration behind wine making stemmed from the realization that although he loved introducing wines to his diners as a sommelier, he wanted to be 'the guy who actually put the juice in the bottle.'"
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Sommelier and winemaker, James Rahn is originally from Chicago but the wine trade took him to the Northwest, where he now produces single vineyard wines such as this Riesling from the Yamhill-Carlton AVA.
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Made from 100% malted barley grown in the Pacific Northwest and fermented with ale yeast, this single-barrel single malt is brisk, flavorful and hints at beer. The sweet, gentle aroma offers vanilla and a subtle root beer-like herbal note. The palate is on the drier side, but pleasing, showing lots of vanilla and a hoppy note at the end chased by allspice and clove. (KN)" (03/2016) K&L Notes: Made from 100% malted barley grown in the Pacific Northwest. Fermented with a traditional ale yeast and distilled in copper pots, the ...

Seven distinct microflora come together to produce a dynamic mixed-culture beer. Aged six months in a Foeder that formerly held Cabernet Sauvignon. Earthy, vinous and layered with tart stone fruit character.
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Little Beast is the culmination of nearly twenty-five years' experience brewing for Founder & Brewmaster Charles Porter. In 2009, he founded Logsdon Farmhouse Ales with partner David Logsdon, and created a cult-like following for the deep character and impeccable quality of his beers. His love of the craft and background in biology led him to discover and hone farmhouse-style ale. With a keen ability to harness the diverse microflora that ferment our beer and to capture their untamed beauty, Charles creates unique ales celebrated for their originality. ...
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91 points Vinous: "Deep red. Spice-tinged red berry and floral scents, backed by deeper cola and cherry pit nuances. Sappy, penetrating raspberry and bitter cherry flavors show very good clarity and pick up a hint of smokiness as the wine stretches out. Fine-grained tannins build slowly and add shape to the long, lively finish, which leaves behind a suggestion of spicecake. (JR)" (01/2018) 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This cuvée underwent 100% whole cluster fermentation using natural yeast and spent 16 months in French oak, just 10% new. It's compact an...

About the producer: "When he isn’t running the wine program at The Heathman, James operates a small and growing winery specializing in single-vineyard wines with minimal manipulation through SE Wine Collective in Portland. James’ inspiration behind wine making stemmed from the realization that although he loved introducing wines to his diners as a sommelier, he wanted to be 'the guy who actually put the juice in the bottle.'"
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is big and bold, with plenty of anise, licorice and caraway on the nose and palate, plus hints of fennel, black pepper and cinnamon zing on the spicy, mouthwatering finish. Producer recommends for a “Norwegian Bloody Mary,” with tomato juice, lemon and spices. (KN)" (11/2016) K&L Notes: From Portland, Oregon's House Spirits (the makers of Aviation Gin) comes a delightful, domestic aquavit. This traditional Scandinavian grain spirit is crisp, with the alcohol really taking a backseat to the pure anise and caraway flavors...



This is named after Oldsville Road in McMinnville, where founder and winemaker Kathy Joseph made her first fifteen vintages of Oregon Pinot Noir. The 2007 is 61% Alloro Vineyard fruit, located in the Chehalem Mountains and 39% Elton Vineyard fruit, in the Eola Hills. It was aged for fifteen months in 35% new tight-grain French oak. Joseph writes: "This much debated Oregon vintage is the challenge that gives pleasure to seasoned winemakers. There were plenty of wineries that panicked at the news of the late September rains and made the decision to pick p...
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According to BeerAdvocate: "Rakau Boy is best described as a non-traditional, Belgian-style witbier-first fermented with Logsdon's blend of witbier yeasts, but dry-hopped with Rakau hops and refermented with the brewery's house strain of Brettanomyces. The brewing process for the beer begins with a lengthy, low-temperature mash rest with Logsdon's soft Mt. Hood water, and a combination of pilsner malt, wheat and oats, which in turn helps to ensure that the final product has plenty of body, while still remaining quite dry courtesy of the Brettanomyces ref...
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94 points Wine Spectator: "A dynamic combination of rich polish and great structure, with expressive black cherry, licorice and spiced orange flavors that finish with refined, mineral-tinged tannins. Drink now through 2024. (TF)" (11/2018) 93 points Vinous: "Shimmering ruby-red. Powerful, oak-spiced cherry, blackberry and violet scents are complemented by suggestions of savory herbs and candied licorice. Sweet and expansive on the palate, offering ripe dark berry and cherry-cola flavors that pick up vanilla and exotic spice nuances on the back half. Fi...

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Medium ruby-purple in color, the 2015 Pinot Noir Slope has a nose of wood smoke, smoked meats, potpourri, black pepper, blackcurrants and black cherries—this is very savory and Syrah-esque! Medium-bodied, it packs in the blue and black fruit layers in the mouth, wonderfully sweet and ripe, with savory/earthy layers of turned earth and pipe tobacco. It's framed by firm, fine, grainy tannins and great freshness, finishing long and sweetly fruited. This is great! (EB) 93+" (11/2018) 92 points Vinous: "Vivid magent...

"Little Beast is the culmination of nearly twenty-five years' experience brewing for Founder & Brewmaster Charles Porter. In 2009, he founded Logsdon Farmhouse Ales with partner David Logsdon, and created a cult-like following for the deep character and impeccable quality of his beers. His love of the craft and background in biology led him to discover and hone farmhouse-style ale. With a keen ability to harness the diverse microflora that ferment our beer and to capture their untamed beauty, Charles creates unique ales celebrated for their originality. ...
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