Bethel Heights is one of Oregon's pioneering wineries. We are so impressed by the vision, the eloquence and most importantly, the wines of the second generation of Casteels, cousins Ben and Mimi. We've watched the evolution of their 2014s in barrel and they are stunners.
The June 1st Wine Spectator Insider featured a bunch of new Oregon Pinots, mostly from the stellar 2014 vintage. The highest rated, hottest Oregon wine in the bunch was Bethel Heights Aeolian Estate Pinot noir 2014, coming in at 95 points, which is for sale today in our Bethel Heights 2014 Pinot noir Six Pack.
Bethel Heights 2014 Pinot noir Six Pack 2014
$224.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case* order ($249.95 regular)
Each six pack includes:
3 bottles Bethel Heights Aeolian Estate Pinot noir 2014
95 points Wine Spectator: "Aromatically pure, with currant, plum, chocolate, mineral and floral notes mingling effortlessly and continuing into a long and expressive mouthful of open-textured intensity and depth. Has terrific presence and length. Best from 2017 through 2024."
Due to demand greatly outweighing supply, Aeolian '14 is for sale only as part of the six pack
2 bottles Bethel Heights Flat Block Pinot noir 2014
93 points Wine Spectator: "Ripe and vibrant, open-textured and centered on currant and plum fruit, picking up hints of wet stone and spice as the finish comes together harmoniously. Has presence and depth. Best from 2018 through 2024."
1 bottle Bethel Heights Justice Pinot noir 2014
93 points Wine Spectator: "Focused, expressive and refined, layering the generous currant, blackberry, tobacco and dill flavors into a seamless package, rolling gently into a long finish against lightly prickly tannins. Best from 2018 through 2024."