This month we feature some Pinot voices you need to know: Burton Bittman and Lingua Franca; A Bordeaux blend from WA has us exclaiming: Holy sh!t, while a dark as night Syrah from a Pinot maker blew us away; $18 and Estate Pinot?...get out of town; A natural beauty Pinot is discovered along with the best American Sauvignon blanc we've tasted.
Walter Scott and Twill Cellars continue to amaze us; The best Sheridan L'Orage to date accompanies a Baer wine that surprised everyone (including the maker); A laid-back Pinot from a laid-back guy pairs with a blind-tasted silky pleasure; One of Washington's Game-Changing Winemakers brings a disruptive red blend.
Learn about urban zoning permits while enjoying two excellent Ribbon Ridge Pinots; A micro-monster Malbec that will intimidate any Big Reds lover; Patty Green treats us to her old vines, while Tyson Crowley says: Cheers; A transcendent Gewürztraminer experience.
We introduce the club to Élevée, a Pinot project from the Alloro winemaker; Chad Stock slays us with a Phantom; Belle Pente over-delivers with their declassified everyday Pinot; We discovered a nice little Columbia Gorge Merlot and a damn fine Dundee Hills Chardonnay.
Temperance Hill, Resonance, and Weber vineyards all feature in the Reserve Club; An elegant Big Red from Ciel du Cheval; Cabernet Sauvignon and Chapel Block Syrah from Red Willow; Two of our favorite of 2016 weekday Pinots; The Oregon Gamay revolution continues; Washington Barbera from Charles Smith; A delicious Melon from Bow & Arrow.
Tyson Crowley brings an epic single vineyard Pinot to our door; the best release from aMaurice yet; an under $20 Pinot that clobbers the competiton; Owen Roe sharecrops some delicious Chardonnay.
The OG of Oregon Pinot delivers in fine style; Red Mountain AVA struts; 2015 Pinot: est arrivé!; two of our favorite Tuesday night wines just happen to be from Washington state.
Elk Cove shows off with their magnificent 2014s; Rasa and Marcus love Rush; Crowley says thank you for 10 years running; and John Grochau tosses his skullcap in to the Oregon Chardonnay race.
Will Hamilton's Violin Pinots take over two clubs; Brad McLeroy voted Ayres' best winemaker ever; Corliss shares their secret.
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