The Highest Rated Pinot Case: Arterberry Maresh

If you would've asked us back in 2007 "will Arterberry Maresh someday have a mixed case of the highest rated Pinot noirs you've ever offered?" our answer would have been "probably."

That's the kind of indelible impression Jim Arterberry Maresh's early wines had on us and it's the reason he's been among the handful of best Oregon wineries ever since.

So about this mixed case of the highest rated Pinot noirs: it's here, ready to be added to your collection. Two new Arterberry Maresh Pinots anchor the case: the dual, dueling 97 point 2018 Winemaker's Reserve (the first of its kind, from Maresh Vineyard!) and 2018 Weber Vineyard. Now that we have your attention, add to it some 98 point Maresh and Weber Vineyard 2019, 97+ point Old Vines and a bottle of Dundee Hills to round it out and wow, we've outdone ourselves.

Now the no-so-fine print: due to painfully limited supply, the wines in this offer are available exclusively in the Arterberry Maresh Cellar Case. We thank you in advance for your understanding. We're not trying to be stingy, there's just not enough wine. With that, we urge you to hurry—only 12 cases available!


An incredible collection of Arterberry Maresh's highest rated 2018 and 2019 Pinot noirs!

3 Winemaker's Reserve 2018  97 points The Wine Advocate
3 Weber Vineyard 2018  97 points The Wine Advocate
2 Maresh Vineyard 2019  98 points The Wine Advocate
2 Old Vines 2019  97+ points The Wine Advocate
1 Weber Vineyard 2019  98 points The Wine Advocate
1 Dundee Hills 2019 94 points The Wine Advocate

The two new Arterberry Maresh Pinot noirs!

available only in the Cellar Case

97 points The Wine Advocate: "Super perfumed! It has layered aromas that range from crushed red berries to aniseed to lilac and forest floor, continually offering up more aromatic nuances as it spends time in the glass. The medium-bodied palate is powerfully fruited, with sweeping floral perfume, silky tannins and bright acidity that calls you in again and again for another sip. Wow!"

Us: A new Pinot noir from Maresh Vineyard that we'd like to get very excited about but due to painfully limited supply, we must instead sit on our hands and...just kidding! Well, it is ridiculously limited but you'll still find us pretty worked up over the exceptional display of elegant power here.

available only in the Cellar Case

97 points The Wine Advocate: "From Pommard clone vines planted in 1983. It features pure aromas of cranberry and black raspberry with botanical and floral layers. The palate is seamless and complex, with powerful flavors, a silky texture and bright acidity, finishing with layer after layer of sweet berry fruit."

Us: The darker fruited expression of Arterberry Maresh Pinot, with seductive aromatics and the classic seamless composition we love about Jim's Pinots. What that means: this wine and Arterberry Maresh wines in general flow harmoniously from start to finish.