Reserve Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2014Patricia Green Cellars Reserve Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2014
9 out of 10 based on 36 user ratings.

Patricia Green Cellars Reserve Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2014

9.036 ratings on Delectable
$24

Dark, bold fruit is the star of the show, with black cherries and blackberries framed by fine tannins and supported by balanced acidity. It's juicy, it's fresh, it's fun to drink now . . . and will keep getting better in the bottle for some years to come. It's all you can expect at this price point, and more. Highly recommended.

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Ratings on Delectable

Joy Lindholm Delectable Pro

Sales Synergy Fine Wines

Crazy good value.

Crazy good value.

9.0

Eric Grasser Delectable Pro

Great example of a winemaker taking what the vintage gave her. Extroverted fruit and spice with a California-like weight.

Great example of a winemaker taking what the vintage gave her. Extroverted fruit and spice with a California-like weight.

8.9

Lynn Penner-Ash Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Penner-Ash

Super sappy and has some residual sweetness. Crowd pleaser, but candy red berry is distracting after awhile

Super sappy and has some residual sweetness. Crowd pleaser, but candy red berry is distracting after awhile

8.7

Harry Hackett

Drinking with a Brit great wine, fruit forward, great body, clean finish

Drinking with a Brit great wine, fruit forward, great body, clean finish

9.2

Ryan Schlunz

Smooth and easy to drink, with red fruit up front.

Smooth and easy to drink, with red fruit up front.

9.0

Adam Harrell

Tart & fresh.

Tart & fresh.

8.7

Josh Schaefer

Jammy, not overly fruity

Jammy, not overly fruity

8.4

Erik Nordman

Super solid value Willamette Pinot! Cranberry and pomegranate red fruit that's juicy and lush without really being overripe, rose, hibiscus and potpourri floral character, understated and subtle anise and clove spice, bit of mushroom umami, plus some of that classic almost smoky, damp forest floor/rotting leaves that you get with good cold-climate Pinots. Quite softly textured with tannin that's a bit more assertive than typical but very fine and silky, with a bit more body than most Oregon Pinots I've had, but without feeling too extracted. Refinded layers of healthy, focused acidity bring it all home. Really great stuff and would definitely benefit from a short term cellaring.

Super solid value Willamette Pinot! Cranberry and pomegranate red fruit that's juicy and lush without really being overripe, rose, hibiscus and potpourri floral character, understated and subtle anise and clove spice, bit of mushroom umami, plus some of that classic almost smoky, damp forest floor/rotting leaves that you get with good cold-climate Pinots. Quite softly textured with tannin that's a bit more assertive than typical but very fine and silky, with a bit more body than most Oregon Pinots I've had, but without feeling too extracted. Refinded layers of healthy, focused acidity bring it all home. Really great stuff and would definitely benefit from a short term cellaring.

9.2

Bryan Tudhope

Needs a little time.

Needs a little time.

8.8

Mike Guggenheimer

Berrys dinner at the Custom shop. Good complexity.

Berrys dinner at the Custom shop. Good complexity.

9.0