Cellar Pick: 92 Point Oregon Pinot Noir

Cellar Pick: 92 Point Oregon Pinot Noir

Posted on Mar, 30. 2011 by

Categories: Wine

Here is today’s Cellar Pick. We have not tasted this wine but have selected it for its history of performance, current standing and suitability to this time of year. Enjoy.

92 points Wine Spectator

Light in texture, with a minerally edge to the black berry and cassis flavors, lingering easily against refined tannins on the elegant finish. Drink now through 2018. 800 cases made. –HS 92 points

Wine Advocate Review

The 2008 Pinot Noir Stewart was made primarily from the Pommard clone sourced from the Dundee Hills. Slightly deeper in color than the Pappas cuvee, it gives up aromas of bing cherry, floral notes, incense, and plum. With plenty of volume on the palate, ample ripe tannin, and plenty of spicy fruit, this tasty effort will benefit from another 1-2 years of cellaring and will deliver prime drinking from 2012 to 2020. -Wine Advocate

Boedecker Pinot Noir Willamette Valley Stewart 2008
Member Price: [private_member] Grand Cru: $23.50 • Premier Cru: $26.45 [/private_member]
Retail Price: $34.50
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