Oregon Pinot Noir Collector&

Oregon Pinot Noir Collector's Case

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The most collectible case of Oregon Pinot on the planet. Super-limited, exclusive wines, hand-selected by us based on our expert tastes and deep connections. 

The case includes one bottle each:

Thomas 2008*
The most elusive, cult-like Oregon Pinot noir, from the cellar. 
Eyrie Daphne Vineyard 2018*
A truly unique Pinot profile, positively electric, 99 points The Wine Advocate.
Colene Clemens Dopp Creek 2015*
#7 in Wine Spectator's Top 100 of 2018.
Resonance Vineyard 2019*
Wine Spectator's highest rated '19 Willamette Pinot noir.
Belle Pente Estate Reserve 2016* 
A gem cellar, drinking wonderfully with a long life ahead.
Bethel Heights Lewman Vineyard 2021*
A beautiful new voice in the winery's estate vineyards, 98+ points The Wine Advocate.
Lavinea Temperance Hill Vineyard 2021
Storied winemaker and vineyard, 99 points Jeb Dunnuck.
Nicolas-Jay Own Rooted 2021*
Energy of own-rooted vines meets mastery of winemaking.
Evesham Wood Cuvee J 2021*
One of the most age-worthy and special Willamette Valley Pinot noirs.
J.C. Somers Abbey Ridge Vineyard 2021
One of our top 5 2021 Pinots and that is seriously saying something.
Lingua Franca Mimi's Mind 2019*
A iop Willamette Pinot since its inception, 97 points Vinous.
Twill Bracken Vineyard 2022 
An evocative, super-tiny production gem.  
Wines marked * available only in the Collector's Case. 



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Our Wine Advice

Life's too short to drink bad wine.

We taste as much or more Oregon wine in a given year than anyone on the planet. We look for the needles in the haystacks, the wines you won't find in your local wine store. Wineries have long sought our help to sell their most limited, unique bottlings.

We are picky. We don't like to sell wines that we don't like to drink. When we first taste a wine, we determine if it merits further attention. If so, we taste it later that day, perhaps pour a glass that night, then re-taste it over the course of several days. We want to know how a wine will evolve, or if it'll fall apart. We want to know if it truly belongs in your cellar, in your glass, and we want to provide you with a rough idea of when it'll be showing at its best.

Our goal is to describe wines in meaningful ways that you can actually relate to. We actively battle against overly flowery tasting notes. You know the kind. The ones that mention things that no one has ever smelled or tasted. They're mostly B.S. and they perpetuate snobbery that we don't like.

We work to give you the unfiltered truth about a wineWe believe wine isn't one-size-fits-all. We get to know your tastes and preferences so that we can recommend the right wines for you.



Avalon is a gem. The wine selection is both excellent and expertly curated. Better yet, Marcus and Andy invest the time to get to know their customers personally. So their recommendations fit you like a well-tailored suit (just more reasonably priced!).

Sam P.

Marcus and Andy's knowledge of the wines, wineries and winemakers of the area is encyclopedic and, in my experience, second to none. They have a comprehensive understanding of the inner workings of the industry and a knack for recommending wines that are 'in my wheelhouse,' but also the insight to direct me toward new discoveries. I wholeheartedly recommend them to both those in the know and those who would
like to be.

Bob S.

Andy and Marcus only sell wines they would drink themselves, they sell them at reasonable prices, and they take exceptionally good care of their customers. Ethics, value, service…the reasons we buy all our wine from Avalon.

Lynne M.

These guys do an outstanding job of sourcing great wines at terrific prices. Their reviews are fun to read and quite on point without all of the nonsense. Whose ever tasted squirrel dung or asphalt anyway? Get on their email list and savor the experience; then tell a friend. That's how I became a dedicated customer of Avalon Wine.

Karl K.