From Joe Wagner of the Caymus Family. This is a cuvee that comes from a mixture of key vineyard sources up and down Oregon’s coast. This is the result of combining the Caymus Family’s unparalleled winemaking prowess with one of the greatest Oregon vintages in its wine history.
The newly released 2021 Elouan Oregon Pinot Noir is juiced up with vibrant flavors of raspberry, cranberries, baked cherry pie and a hint of earth. It’s a full-bodied treat that’s packed with crushed red fruits and finishes with soft, refined tannins that leave a great lingering aftertaste. It’s a great choice any time of the year– delicious by itself or paired with just about anything.
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With seemingly infinite access to some of the absolute very best vineyards in the most choice AVAs in the valley, the Wagner’s set out to make Quilt– a Cabernet blend from a patchwork of the top sites in Napa (Oakville, St Helena, Atlas Peak, Coombsville, Calistoga, and Howell Mountain.) The brand new 2021 edition is a beauty – deeply concentrated, rich and a truly show stopping Cabernet. It’s a dark, hedonistic blend that combines elegance with power and pairs the two together effortlessly.
90 Points (Best Buy), Wine Enthusiast
For years, we’ve sold oceans of Tony Soter’s Etude Lyric Pinot Noir for fifteen bucks a bottle or so. Other than CHAD, it’s pretty much the only ‘value’ domestic Pinot Noir I’ve ever cared for. Why do customers love it so much? Well, first off- it’s a fantastic price. People love that. But more importantly – it’s a well-made, truly gulpable Pinot – full of easy, breezy bright cherry fruits and truly suitable as a cocktail wine.
Valery Renaudat’s 2022 P’tit Renaudat Pinot soars from the glass, with a mixture of black cherry and blueberry fruit on the nose, gradually unfurling to reveal some aromas of rose petal. The palate is medium-bodied with juicy fruit and a long, fresh finish that will keep you coming back for more.