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The new Haden Fig is fantastic. It's simultaneously forward and elegant, with a burst of black cherry highlighted by floral and spice accents. One of our regular customers described it as "possibly the best value Pinot I've ever had." Um, yeah -- what he said!

2012 vintage notes: 91 points Wine Spectator: "Has presence and depth, with a sharp, tangy edge to the blackberry and black cherry flavors, picking up steely and minerally notes as the finish lingers. Best from 2015 through 2020." 900 cases made. –HS

2011 vintage notes: Dark cherries spring forward on the nose of the first 2011 Haden Fig Pinot Noir. Well balanced acidity and one of the clearest raspberry notes I've ever experienced in a wine flow across the palate. A pleasant surprise in the finish, a hint of fruit pit bitterness and cinnamon. - Marcus


The 2011 Vintage of Haden Fig Pinot noir Willamette Valley is "prettier, and more delicate than the 2010" according to winemaker Erin Nuccio. He says it has aromatics and flavors of red cherries and raspberries with great acid and structure. Erin says it is "showing great right now but will continue to improve for a few more years."

2010 Vintage Tasting Notes

The 2010 Haden Fig Pinot noir is all about R's, starting with highly Recommended. It's beautiful Red fruit is Round and creamy, with a Rustic edge and a mouthwatering finish. A Rosemary Ribbon carries through the wine, accenting the sweet cherries that Resonate on the finish. The 2010 is very young and should be given a little time, if you can Resist. Definite case material. - Marcus

3-20-2012 - Ah how I love re-tasting a wine. The 2010 Haden Fig Pinot noir is drinking fantastically well - it has really evolved and opened since it was released. Highly recommended. It's beautiful red fruit is round and creamy, with a mouthwatering finish. A rosemary ribbon carries through the wine, accenting the sweet cherries that resonate. - Marcus

2009 Vintage Tasting Notes

Mouthwatering. The succulent scents of red cherries and alpine strawberries mix with a pinch of rose, licorice, and warm earth. Adding to the red fruits is a bottom note of black currant and berry. Dried thyme and a hint of mineral carry through the silky, rounded finish. There's a real brightness to the wine - it oozes charm without sacrificing character. Highly, highly recommend! - Marcus

A blend of primarily Cancilla and Hidden Rocks Vineyards, with some fruit from Willakia Vineyard. Less than 15% new oak, unfined, unfiltered, made with Evesham Wood's proprietary Cuvee J yeast.

Last fall, Russ Raney (Evesham Wood) suggested we try the Pinot made by a very talented guy working with Russ - the guy was Erin Nuccio, and the winery was Haden Fig.

We got the sample bottle, opened it, and I grabbed my phone - calling in a rush to make sure we got some wine before it sold out.

A year has passed and a lot has changed - Erin ended up purchasing Evesham Wood from Russ, and the Haden Fig wines continue as a separate label with their own specific style. This second vintage of Haden Fig is just as exciting a discovery as last year - a "grab the phone and dial the winery" kind of Pinot.

From the winery: Our 2009 Willamette Valley Pinot noir reflects the warm vintage making it very forward and enjoyable now while maintaining it's structured acidity. This year's blend has a larger percentage of Cancilla Vineyard fruit in it (a major component of the 2008 Reserve). Cancilla Vineyard lies in the northern part of the Coast Range and this site offers dark berry fruit flavors, while holding onto the acidity. An inviting bright nose of cherry and strawberry leads you to a supple mid-palate of berries and dried herbs, with nice length on the finish. - Erin

2008 Vintage Tasting Notes

A very complete wine with gobs of juicy dark fruit - blackberry, black currant, licorice, soft sage and floral perfume - accented by by sweet cherries and earth. A remarkably long finish, great backbone and amazing value. Trust us - you want a case of this.

The 2008 Haden Fig Pinot is a blend of five sustainably, organically, or biodynamically farmed vineyards in the northern Willamette Valley. It displays dark berry fruit, well-balanced acidity, and subtle spice. Delicious now and sure to reward those who can hold on to this wine over the next five years. - the winery

I loved loved loved the is very modern, young, and fun, something that would easily fly in a hipster bar in Portland. Don't be fooled by the cute critter on the label; this is not just another clever marketing ploy. Inside the bottle is a serious and refined wine that mature palates will adore, all at a very attractive price. - Adrienne

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