Evesham Wood Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2013

$22.99

Super fresh, mineral-driven, red-fruited Pinot from Oregon. A wine that showcases great energy and vibrancy.

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Ratings on Delectable

Nolen L Delectable Pro

2013 vintage. Delicate and complex. Lighter bodied. Structured. Earthy. Red fruit. Spice. Floral. Great value for price point.

2013 vintage. Delicate and complex. Lighter bodied. Structured. Earthy. Red fruit. Spice. Floral. Great value for price point.

8.9

Ed Matthews Delectable Pro

Pomegranate, cherry cola, lipstick, and chalky wet tempera paint on the nose. Fruity, good acid but something weird and medicinal in the finish.

Pomegranate, cherry cola, lipstick, and chalky wet tempera paint on the nose. Fruity, good acid but something weird and medicinal in the finish.

8.0

Kaitlin Ohlinger Delectable Pro

Always love these guys. This vintage is sort of like 2011 and 2012 had a baby called 2013.

Always love these guys. This vintage is sort of like 2011 and 2012 had a baby called 2013.

9.0

Caleb G

I think Pinot Noir just isn't for me. I've tried ones from Monterey county, the Sonoma coast, and Willamette valley, and I've never been too thrilled. Part of the reason I don't get excited is because the flavors comes across as bland. This wine receives a similar critique, but it's probably my preference and not the wine. "It's kind of like a flat soda pop" -my friend who was drinking with me and definitely isn't from the Midwest

I think Pinot Noir just isn't for me. I've tried ones from Monterey county, the Sonoma coast, and Willamette valley, and I've never been too thrilled. Part of the reason I don't get excited is because the flavors comes across as bland. This wine receives a similar critique, but it's probably my preference and not the wine. "It's kind of like a flat soda pop" -my friend who was drinking with me and definitely isn't from the Midwest

7.5

Ron R

I was really disappointed with this showing. It was thin and measly. Finishing with tart cherries. Second day was even worst. As we would say in England; Rubbish.

I was really disappointed with this showing. It was thin and measly. Finishing with tart cherries. Second day was even worst. As we would say in England; Rubbish.

7.9

Bob Kilpatrick

I am disappointed in this wine. It seems too one-note, somewhat 'shallow'. A nice wine, but I expected more... At Magnolia in Charleston, always happy hee.

I am disappointed in this wine. It seems too one-note, somewhat 'shallow'. A nice wine, but I expected more... At Magnolia in Charleston, always happy hee.

8.1

Sean Shafik

Hard to find a better expression of new world Pinot at this price point

Hard to find a better expression of new world Pinot at this price point

9.1

craig stacey

Light and tasty. Fruity.

Light and tasty. Fruity.

8.3

lynda lou bouch

light, bright, true delight! 13% alcohol from non-irrigated vines. makes my heart sing!

light, bright, true delight! 13% alcohol from non-irrigated vines. makes my heart sing!

9.5

Tannin Wine Bar & Kitchen KC

Always fun to taste the new vintage. Red fruit & rose aromas with a touch of brett. Bright, fruity, peppery palate.

Always fun to taste the new vintage. Red fruit & rose aromas with a touch of brett. Bright, fruity, peppery palate.

9.3

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    New York, NY 10010

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