Informações de produto

14.0% vol.
100% Pinot noir
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Willamette Valley

Vinha e preparação

Louise Vineyard.

Avaliação dos peritos

James Suckling:

I like the richness and freshness on the nose with strawberry and floral aromas and some rose-hip tea. It’s medium-to full-bodied with round tannins and a creamy-textured finish. Lightly chewy, showing the structure and seriousness of the wine. Drink after 2023.

The Wine Advocate:

The 2019 Pinot Noir Louise Vineyard has a medium ruby color and takes some time to open up its delicate scents of wild red and black berries, prosciutto, aniseed and potpourri. Seamless and ethereal, the palate is light-bodied and silky with a flourish of dark spices and a long, savory finish.

Wine Enthusiast:

The first planted estate vines comprise this block, yielding a bright, tangy wine bursting with crushed raspberry fruit. There's a spicy note and a lick of cinnamon, and the overall freshness is compelling, although it's built to age. Drink now and over the next decade.


An amply structured Pinot Noir from the lower elevation estate site Louise vineyard. The lower elevation offers a unique feature within the Cristom estate silt soils from the Missoula Floods resulting in wines emphasising richer dark fruit and depth. Aromatically a little on the shy side, with time, it coaxes notes of forest floor, mushroom, blackberry and clove. The palate is concentrated dark fruit, framed with green herbs, tea leaves and a silky finish accented by spice.