We're not feeling too wordy today, so it's straight into one of the most celebrated Willamette Valley Pinots: Evening Land La Source. The 2018 is in extra fine form, grabbing a new 95 point, "Hot Wine" review from Wine Spectator. Quantities are limited so you know the drill–get to it quickly!
And we have to include an official last call for our most re-ordered $50 Pinot noir of the last two years: Brick House Les Dijonnais 2018. Stock up before it's gone forever!
$79.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case order ($89.95 regular)
95 points Wine Spectator, "Hot Wine": "A supple, savory texture meets effortless complexity, with distinctive blueberry and cherry flavors that are accented with steely minerality and dusky spice, building structure and intensity toward refined tannins. Drink now through 2030."
We're down to the last 18 cases of our most re-ordered $50 Pinot of the last 2 years. Don't miss it!
$49.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case order ($54.95 regular)
Us: Subtle, sublime magic. This is as gorgeous as any 2018 Pinot I've tasted. The aromas are so alive they jump from the glass; its a scent you allow to take over your brain. Commanding in an understated way, it makes you listen because of its quiet perfection. Elegantly composed of the most attractive array of red berries, wrapped delicately in a tapestry of floral and mineral tones. This should last a good long while in your cellar, unless you want to dive right in now which we wholeheartedly encourage. An essential Pinot noir in any Oregon collection.
94 points Wine Spectator, Highly Recommended: "Ethereal and expressively floral, with multilayered raspberry, rose petal and cherry blossom flavors, plus orange peel accents that build richness toward polished tannins. Drink now through 2028."