90 pts for 2010 Pinot noir Dundee Hills Estate

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The International Wine Cellar just published their annual Oregon Pinot noir Report.  Many of Oregon’s best wines were reviewed, and we were pleased with the rating and description of our 2010 Pinot noir Dundee Hills Estate:

“90 pts.  Pale red.  Red berries, rose oil and blood orange on the fragrant nose.  Juicy and precise, with strong lift and cut to its redcurrant and raspberry flavors.  Closes clean and tangy, with lingering red berry character and excellent cling.” Issue 169 July/August 2013

Writer Josh Raynolds also included an excellent discussion of the 2010 and 2011 vintages.  You can read the whole article and reviews of other wines by clicking here.  Full content is only available to subscribers, but if you love Oregon and French wines, it is a great resource.

$34 per bottle, $28.90 for Cellar Door Club members.  Click here to place an order.

 

About Russell Gladhart

A passion for wine, agriculture, and family business has taken me around the world on an exciting tour. Winter's Hill Estate is a family partnership with my wife Delphine and my parents, where we produce Pinot noir, Pinot gris, and Pinot blanc from our 30 acre vineyard in the Dundee Hills.

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