Evesham Wood Willamette Valley PN 2012 $19.95
The best value Oregon Pinot noir. It's the Pinot we drink more of than any other. Sure, the price helps but we love this wine. Boisterous and energetic, with a mix of purple fruits and black cherries. Enjoy it now for its purple-hearted exhuberence or do as I do: buy a few cases, stash them for 6-12 months, commence drinking! An absolute must case buy.
Matello Clover Pinot Gris 2011 $21.95
Ready to have your perceptions of Pinot gris shattered? Matello's Clover, a reserve Pinot gris that is treated like a reserve wine, right down to the extended barrel aging (all neutral oak). Depth, texture, fantastic acid, it is in an elite (and small) class of Oregon gris.
Syrah 2009 $19.95
Blueberry, blackberry, violets and hints of smoke and bacon fat carry this bold and balanced Southern Oregon Syrah, from the Rogue Valley.
Whistling Dog Heritage Blocks Pinot noir 2010 $23.95
Packed with rich cherry, blue and black berry flavors, accented by cinnamon and thyme. It is beautifully structured to age for a decade or more. This tiny 3-barrel (75 case) production comes from Whistling Dog's 30 year-old block of Heritage clones (Pommard and Wadenswil).s
Arterberry Maresh Dundee Hills Chardonnay 2011 $23.95
An absolute knockout value, with incredible pedigree, hailing primarily from the Maresh Vineyard. Perfect year round drinking. Say goodbye to buttery Chardonnay and hello to Oregon's style. Beautiful lemon curd, sweet tangerine, and subtle notes of stone and crushed seashell.
The Pines Big Red $17.95
A rich and hearty blend of Zinfandel, Merlot, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The Big Red is velvety on your palate with hints of chocolate covered cherry and ripe red berries. Great with pizza or anything grilled.