Northwest Wine

503.206.8589 Sign In | Your Account cart

Search:

Build a Case


You Might Also Like


Beaux Freres Pinot noir Beaux Freres Vineyard 2012
$89.99 regular/ $80.99
Any 12 bottles or Build Case


Walnut Hill Pinot noir 2011
$20.95 regular/ $18.86
Any 12 bottles or Build Case



Brittan Vineyards Pinot noir Basalt Block 2011
$47.95 regular/ $43.16
Any 12 bottles or Build Case

Beaux Freres Les Cousins Pinot noir 2012


Winery:
Beaux Freres


$27.95 Regular

$25.16
in any 12 bottle order or Build a Case

Qty.

divider

Review:

Yes! Here's a value drinker from prestige winery Beaux Freres, one that rarely comes along. Blending barrels from the cellar, including Estate fruit, created an elegant and refreshing young Pinot.

Fans of Beaux Freres? Here's what to drink while you wait for your Estate and Upper Terrace to age.

Fragrant and spicy aromas lead into a fresh handful of red berries, mixing with earth and sweet blackberries on the sneaky-long finish. Drinking well with decanting, Les Cousins will age for 2-4 years.

Beaux Freres' Mike Etzel and eldest son Jared Etzel

2009 Vintage

The 2009 Les Cousins is remarkably good - Mike put all of his skill and perfect grapes into a Pinot with his distinct Beaux Freres style. The 2009 vintage is immediately enjoyable - succulent and accessible - and Les Cousins proves the point. Scents of fresh raspberry and cherry extend in the flavor as black cherry and berries, berries, berries. A flood of ripe fruit and smooth, seamless hints of creamy oak just keeps going.

The first wine of the 2009 vintage released from Beaux Freres. A vintage that whose hallmarks seem to be charm and silky texture. The Les Cousins bottling is a wine of concept more than of place (though it is all Willamette Valley fruit) - the barrels for this wine were selected by Mike and Grant from our cellar to demonstrate a brighter, more approachable wine, one of style and grace.

This wine is perfect to drink right now - like all Beaux Freres wines it benefits from air and with a quick splash decanting it really opens up allowing the fresh fruit to shine - think raspberries, blackberries and a bit of kirsch. This is a wine that will drink well over the next several years but is just too quaffable now to wait for. - the winery

Wine Clubs | Oregon Wine | Washington Wine

Privacy Policy | View Cart | Customer Service | Contact Us | Sign up For Newsletter

503.206.8589 or 541.752.7418 store@northwest-wine.com
Avalon Wine Inc. 3115 NE Sandy Blvd. #127 Portland, OR 97232

Purple Wine Company, Inc., a California limited liability company,
and its AVALON brand are not in any way affiliated with Avalon Wine, Inc, an Oregon corporation,
or Avalon Wine's store at its physical location in Oregon.

1997-2013 Avalon Wine Inc. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction of any part of this site prohibited without permission.