Stop what you're doing. Click the link, email or call, whichever you prefer, but grab this certifiably gonzo value in Willamette Valley Pinot, available exclusively to our customers. Now.
If you've heard us discuss wine prices that seem too good to be true, you know we say that 99% of the time, it's because they are. Well, here's the 1%, where we help a winery of which we were the first big customer.
Worth every penny of the original $38 price. 50% off, making it $18.99! We urge you to take advantage of this offer and promise you'll be happy you did.
When this insane deal was presented to us, our first reaction (which is always our first reaction) was "we need to taste." We opened the bottle Saturday at noon, looked at each with raised eyebrows and thought, this is going to be fun. Then, I re-tasted Saturday night and yesterday, and kept shaking my head because...
This is SO good. It is classic Oregon Pinot with extra harmony from the time in bottle. It is equal parts enlivening and comforting from aromas to finish, mixing dark cherry and fresh blackberry with lilac and violet.
Only 150 cases were made and there's a decent-sized chunk left, so don't be shy: grab a couple cases. Arrives from perfect storage June 30. - Marcus
91 points Wine Spectator:"Lively, fresh and inviting, brimming with blackberry, plum and loamy earth flavors. This finishes with hints of white chocolate and sweet spices. Shows depth and harmony on a taut frame. Best from 2016 through 2022."
We were the first big customer of Omero, selling a pile of their 2008 Corral Creek Vineyard Pinot noir (56 cases total production). The original owners sold the winery (and for the record, we love what the new owners are doing, too) and have decided not to be sentimental about excess inventory.
Some wines speak to the past, some are here and now, others offer glimpses at how the Willamette Valley might evolve. Only one winery encompasses it all–storied past, delicious present, thrilling future: Eyrie.
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Purple Wine Company, Inc., a California limited liability company, and its AVALON brand are not in any way affiliated with Avalon Wine, Inc, an Oregon corporation, or Avalon Wine's store at its physical location in Oregon.
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If you haven't found a full case (12 bottles) to buy today, start your Build a Case now by purchasing a few bottles online, by phone or email. If you order online, select the Build a Case option. If by phone or email, just ask us to add the bottles to a Build a Case for you. You'll receive order confirmation and we'll cellar the wines for you at no charge.
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