Results For Oregon Wines

$19.99

winemaker’s notes:

Elegant and complex aromas of bing cherries, cranberries, red currants, raspberries and strawberries, a combination of wild flowers and fresh forest berries that epitomize Oregon Pinot Noir. The juicy red fruit flavors open the attack then evolve in the mouth to darker fruit flavors with spice and mineral overtones. The wine shows ripe tannins and a succulent texture that give definition and lift to the surprisingly long finish. Although the 2010 A to Z Pinot Noir is drinking well now, it has the focus, balance and intensity to age and will become more complex over the next 5-10 years.

$29.99
winemaker’s notes:
As refreshing as liquid fruit salad in a glass, this wine opens with vibrant and explosive aromas of cherry and raspberry that leap from the glass. Flavors mirror aromas of red and dark fruits, hibiscus and melon highlighted by leathery cigar and tobacco overtones. The mouthfeel is soft, juicy and well-rounded with fresh acidity. The velvety tannins focus on a silky mouthwatering finish, inviting the second sip. Meant to drink young.
alcohol by volume: 12.5%

critical acclaim:
“Fresh and straightforward, this wine’s strawberry scent is grounded by a fine, earthy background. The whole-cluster fermentation reflects the style of a Beaujolais in its simple attack and brisk acidity. A charming red for chilling.

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90 Points
Wine & Spirits

$14.99

In the beginning…there weren’t a whole lot of choices for a really great white blend. Then, through a stroke of luck and/or great intention, nine wine varietals, Pinot Gris among them, came together and really liked each other. Together, they produced a wine that was delightful, sublime and just plain yummy. And we called this wine Evolution. Wine lovers loved it. They paired it with spicy Asian, Indian, Mexican and Caribbean foods. Or with a jambalaya. Word spread. And, soon, Evolution White was advancing the entire wine universe one bottle at a time.

$16.99
winemaker’s notes:
Light straw with emerald green hue. Aromas of green apple, citrus, honeysuckle, white peach, apricot and floral notes. Flavors of pear, melon, lemon and lime, wet stone, kiwi and honey. The palate has a soft, rich entry, nice texture, good weight and a long, lively crisp finish.

alcohol by volume:
 13.0%

critical acclaim:
“Generous at the onset, this wine has the scent of pear slices spritzed with lemon juice. Those fresh fruit flavors get a warm toasted lees accent on the palate, along with a mineral finish. A versatile gris for a meal, whether a grilled chicken or stuffed squid. ”

91 Points
Wine & Spirits

$23.99

From Stephen Tanzer’s Intenrational Wine Cellar: “Deep red. Red and darker berries on the nose. Pliant black raspberry and cherry flavors are brightened by a zesty mineral quality and betray no rough edges. Extremely easy to drink, with very good sweet persistence.”

$36.99

Toasted wood and vanilla provide the back notes to a complex nose of black cherry and plum with hints of peppercorn. Lush, dark fruit on the palate with nuances of baking spice, clove and leather lead to a long finish of sweet vanilla with fine, balanced tannins.

 

$14.99

From an evolutionary blend of pinot gris, muller-thurgau, semillon and six other white grapes, this light and zippy white is ready to drink now and very easy to understand and enjoy. Loaded with delicious flavors of peach, spice and vanilla, this has something in it for everyone–literally!

$13.99

Exhibits aromas of plum, blueberry and raspberry. The palate is filled with sweet raspberry and cherry fruits with warm cocoa tones. This wines brightness and fine tannins come together in a fruit laden finish.

$24.99

“Scents of earth give way to a lean set of palate flavors, the texture surprisingly nimble and bright. This wine’s tannins are forceful at the moment, needing a bit of time in the cellar to integrate with the fruit.”

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