Two Pinot Favorites

Get ready for 2014s.
Because they are ready for you.

Today's pair of Oregon Pinots are two of our favorite new releases. They are the kinds of Pinot that everyone will like. Super attractive for drinking today, loaded with charm, and they'll be great in five years, too. Both hit the sweet spot for price in single vineyard Pinot.  

We highly recommend them and in fact, both are Oregon Reserve Pinot Noir Club selections - club members receive 15% off!  

Bow & Arrow Hughes Hollow Vineyard Pinot noir 2014

$32.35 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case* order ($35.95 regular)

Like the call of a siren...irresistible. A beckoning melange of black cherry and wild strawberry, sweet baking spices and essence of orange, carried through on a silky texture. Once you get it in your glass you'll want another. It shows beautifully when first opened and will age for 4-6 years.

Arterberry Maresh Weber Vineyard Pinot noir 2014

$31.45 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case* order ($34.95 regular)

Gorgeous, old vine, single vineyard Dundee Hills Pinot from one of our favorite wineries. Even with Jim Maresh's elegant house style, this has lusciousness to spare. Silky, with effusive black cherry and black raspberry providing the focal point of flavor, accented by floral and sweet earth nuances. Drink it now for its deliciousness or hold it 5-7 years.