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2012 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir$75.00Read more
Colors include dark ruby and garnet hues with undertones of indigo and violet. The nose is rich with aromas of black cherry, dried roses, and forest loam, with hints of vanilla bean and cola. Mouth feel shows good structure and balances bright fruit with silky tannins and a spice finish. Drink through 2022.
2013 Ribbon Ridge Vineyard Pinot Noir$48.00Read more
This wine is a light, bright, garnet color, crystal-clear in the glass. It has good fruit in the nose dominated by red currant and wild strawberry, is light and silky on the mid-palate, and yet is well-balanced with structure and acid to sustain the red fruit flavors. The finish is short and fruit-focused. It is ready to drink now and will not peak until 2021.
2013 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir$100.00Read more
This wine is a dark ruby and garnet hue with deep plum and violet undertones. The nose is rich with deep aromas of black cherry, tobacco, cola and hints of cedar and sandalwood. The attack is bright with stone fruit and the acidity reminiscent of fresh strawberries, followed in the mid-palate with weighty, yet smooth tannins which flow into a long spicy finish. Only three barrels were produced. Limit one bottle per customer. Please check with us to confirm availability.
2014 “Lichtenwalter Vineyards” Ribbon Ridge Vineyard Pinot Noir$48.00Read more
“Textural and spicy, this has a subtle mix of herb, salts, stem, leaf and wild berry flavors. It’s fascinating and complex, with the sort of mystifying sex appeal that only Pinot Noir seems to be capable of. It spent 18 months in 30% new French oak to good effect.” —P.G. Wine Enthusiast
To celebrate our 92 point rating in the April 2017 edition of the Wine Enthusiast, the 2014 Quintet “Lichtenwalter” is available at a 15% discount off retail for a case. This offer includes free ground shipping in the continental U.S. and is good through June 1, 2017.
Supply is limited, substitution of the 2013 “Ribbon Ridge Vineyard” and the 2014 Ribbon Ridge Oregon is permitted; both are single vineyard, 91 point wines.
2014 Ribbon Ridge Oregon Pinot Noir$48.00Read more
Tasting notes will be available as soon as critical reviews are made.