Last Call for Evesham Wood Favorites!
We've cultivated a huge following for Evesham Wood Pinots: a steady, loud drumbeat across many vintages, a label as our favorite Oregon winery, a series of unparalleled values.
So when three of the best Evesham Wood Pinots ever are nearly sold out, we have to give you a last-call opportunity to grab all three. The best value American Pinot noir, Decanter's top scoring 96 point superstar, an under-the-radar old vine favorite–they're all here today but they'll disappear quickly. You know the drill: click, email, call to lock yours in now!
$19.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case order ($21.95 regular)
We've said it many times before and we'll say it again: this is consistently the best value in American Pinot noir. Some values come and go depending on vintage, but Evesham Wood's Willamette Valley delivers every single year.
You can set your watch and mark your calendar for the elegance and refinement of this $20 gem. Bursting with beautiful fruit and silky allure, the '19 opens with a spectrum of bright and dark that envelops your senses and brims with energy. We have access to virtually every Oregon Pinot and this is our house pour. Only 20 cases left–lock yours in today!
$35.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case order ($39.95 regular)
96 points Decanter, The Top-Scoring Oregon Pinot: An impressive wine from a dry-farmed, certified organic 1.8ha vineyard, first planted in 1986. Superbly elegant violet-tinged cherry fruit with a hint of spice, developing gracefully to take on a smoky subtlety and supple depth, showing hints of freshly turned earth. The texture is seductively silky and delicate, yet there is rewarding density and length. Drinking window 2021 - 2030.
Us: Le Puits Sec 2017 is beautiful. Wonderfully cool in it's aromatic profile, like the best vintages of Le Puits Sec it's a wine I'd open just to smell. Effusively red in fruit, woven with sweet notes of the sun warming a Douglas fir tree, with a pinch of rosemary blossoms. The flavor and the feel are equally beguiling. I've been thinking of how to capture the texture: weightless and silky, for sure, yet with microscopically-fine molecules of flavor that burst and multiply through the finish. If, like me, you enjoy drinking the bottled energy that is young Pinot noir, then I say open with abandon, enjoy over two to three days. Like the best vintages of LPS, there will be plenty in my cellar because I'm certain of the magic that'll build with time.
$32.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case order ($35.95 regular)
For those who don't recall the 2015 Mahonia, we'll refresh your memory: we lost track of counting how many customers told us "this is my favorite Willamette Valley Pinot of all time!" The 2018 reminds us of what we all loved about the 2015: the fruit is so pure and unstoppable and there’s a comforting spice element to it that we can’t quite pinpoint...but wow, it’s so delicious. It shows 2018’s richness and density with plenty of verve and detail. It’s youthful and bursting with elegant energy. It isn't as overt as the 2015 and requires a little more time to show off, but it's all there. Only 175 cases were made, from vines planted in 1985, organically farmed. An Oregon Reserve Pinot Noir Club selection.