Beaux Frères Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2017

$59.99

Limited new release from Beaux-Freres, one of Oregon's best wineries. 94 Points Wine Spectator:  "Seamlessly complex and silky, with vivid raspberry and blueberry flavors accented by black tea and savory spice notes that dance elegantly toward refined tannins. Drink now through 2024." The Beaux Freres vineyards are located on an 86-acre farm in Yamhill County's Willamette Valley. Majestic Douglas fir trees comprise just under 50 acres of the farm, with the homestead and barns occupying another six acres. The vineyard is situated on 30 acres of steep contiguous hillsides that enjoy an exceptional south/southwest exposure. The property, purchased in 1987 by Michael Etzel and the noted wine critic Robert M. Parker, Jr., was named Beaux Freres (the brothers-in-law). A few years later Robert Roy, a Pinot Noir and red burgundy enthusiast from Quebec, became the third member of the Beaux Freres partnership. A limited opportunity to try some of Oregon's highest rated Pinots!

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Sharon Su

Solid. Well balanced. Is it worth the price though?

Solid. Well balanced. Is it worth the price though?

8.9

Jeff Orlowski

Nice. Earthy nose. Medium body, mildly dry. Black cherries and plums on palate.

Nice. Earthy nose. Medium body, mildly dry. Black cherries and plums on palate.

8.8

Taylor Stinebaugh

Amazing w wagyu

Amazing w wagyu

9.3

Pinotman /// Andreas

Oh man, such an infant! But how's it drinking? Curious minds, reluctant to open their own bottles want to know.

Oh man, such an infant! But how's it drinking? Curious minds, reluctant to open their own bottles want to know.

8.9

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