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2018 Stoller Estate Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

SKU #1463148 94 points James Suckling

Outer quote mark Aromas of ripe, fresh, mixed cherries and a gentle, stony-mineral edge. This has really impressive depth and structure with such ripe and pure aromas of, red to dark cherries, making a very juicy impression on the long, fresh and flavorful palate. Inner quote mark (2/2020)

K&L Notes

Stoller Family Estates is the largest contiguous vineyard in Oregon’s Dundee Hills. The property spans 400 acres, with 225 acres dedicated to growing vines at elevations ranging from 220 to 640 feet. The surrounding mountain ranges buffer the vineyard, creating a warmer micro-climate that ensures consistent ripening. These south-facing, tightly-spaced vines are planted to Jory, the fertile and well-drained red soil that has come to define the Dundee Hills. Their vineyard is divided into 108 meticulously farmed sections and has 10 planted varieties. They pride themselves on running sustainable vineyards through a combination of responsible farming practices, innovative techniques, and cutting-edge scientific research. This approach helps them to continuously elevate the quality of the fruit they produce.

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By: Ryan Woodhouse | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/25/2020 | Send Email
If you're looking for a classic, benchmark example of Willamette Valley Pinot Noir that delivers fantastic value for money, look no further. This bottling from Stoller Estate delivers beautifully pure, fresh, delicious, ripe berry fruits, and exotic Asian spices, all underscored by complex leaf litter, savory notes. The tannins are silky and fine, the acidity juicy and bright. Subtle oak tones wrap the whole thing into a very satisfying, quaffable bottle of Pinot Noir that you'll come back to time and time again. It's no wonder that Suckling dropped a huge 94 point review on this wine...we think it's well deserved, and all for under $25!
Top Value!

By: Blake Conklin | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/25/2020 | Send Email
The 2018 vintage of Stoller's Estate Pinot Noir has a lot to offer for the fans of Oregon Pinot. Strawberry-rhubarb, cherry tart, and nutmeg on the palate, and a little bit of green on the note... There's a lot going on in this bottle, and for the money, this makes a great dinner party wine. This wine is very food friendly and it will go great with pork chops.

By: Keith Mabry | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/25/2020 | Send Email
I've been a fan of Oregon Pinot Noir for quite some time and have had the chance to visit the Willamette Valley and its sub-regions multiple times over the years. Years ago, the wines were more defined by what they weren't, which was California, and what they might be, which is Burgundy. And after a recent tasting of many great contenders, I am happy to say they are now, purely Oregon (Willamette, really). The Stoller is the perfect rendition of this now codified style. A perfume of red fruit, freshly crushed flowers, and toasted spices are on the nose. The palate is awash in red cherry and raspberry fruit with a defining core of richness, but framed by structure. That is what I am looking for in Oregon, that framing structure with a streak of middle palate fruit that lifts the wine. If you want to see this region defined in a beautifully packaged style at a most handsome price, look no further than the Stoller Estate.

By: Diana Turk | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/25/2020 | Send Email
Ripe raspberry and vivid cranberry fruit mingle with a hit of smoke and spice in this easygoing red from legendary Willamette Valley producer, Stoller. Fruity up front but green and unobtrusively earthy on the finish, this is a lively option that still shows depth and richness without losing any of that nimble Oregon Pinot character. And the 2018 release is here just in time for springtime food pairings. Enjoy!

By: Shelby Griffiths | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/25/2020 | Send Email
A fresh, juicy expression of Pinot Noir from Oregon. On the nose bright red cherries, raspberries, hints of blackberry bramble, & nutmeg, with a stony touch on the palate. An excellent Pinot to keep on hand at home for drinking now, this refreshing lighter wine can easily become your go to red for the warmer months ahead.

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