Bergström Wines Silice Pinot Noir 2015

$67.95

...Expansive raspberry preserve, cherry pie, floral pastille and incense aromas, along with a vibrant mineral quality. Juicy, vibrant and smooth on the palate, offering sappy, alluringly sweet red and dark berry and Asian spice flavors that tighten up slowly on the back half. Shows superb depth and clarity; there are no rough edges to be found. Refuses to let go on the finish, which features harmonious tannins and an array of exotic spice and floral notes. Josh Raynolds, Vinous Media

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Ratings on Delectable

Cathy Corison Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Corison Winery

Maraschino cherries. Earth. Full.

Maraschino cherries. Earth. Full.

9.0

Boxer Briefs Delectable Pro

Interesting to read the delectable reviews then look back at my tasting notes which are the complete opposite...Black cherry, there is no carbonic in this wine, some whole cluster for sure, great texture. Silice is an estate farmed site that was renamed from Paul Delancelloti, Josh’s brother in law in 2012. Just outside of the estate, this is classic Chehalem Mountains, if that’s a thing...there is so many different soil types and micro climates.

Interesting to read the delectable reviews then look back at my tasting notes which are the complete opposite...Black cherry, there is no carbonic in this wine, some whole cluster for sure, great texture. Silice is an estate farmed site that was renamed from Paul Delancelloti, Josh’s brother in law in 2012. Just outside of the estate, this is classic Chehalem Mountains, if that’s a thing...there is so many different soil types and micro climates.

Brandon Thurber

More complex and structured than the Cumberland. Solid, easy to drink Pinot - minimal air required.

More complex and structured than the Cumberland. Solid, easy to drink Pinot - minimal air required.

9.1

Tim Watkins

Top wine of another beautiful stay on the OR coast - perfectly balanced berry/fruit and spice in this special release - went great with asparagus soup, green salad, Sous Vide pork tenderloin with an herb sauce and garlic mashed potatoes.

Top wine of another beautiful stay on the OR coast - perfectly balanced berry/fruit and spice in this special release - went great with asparagus soup, green salad, Sous Vide pork tenderloin with an herb sauce and garlic mashed potatoes.

10

Scott E. Becker

[Tasted on May 5, 2018 at 404 Kitchen] Cranberry and plum fruit, black tea, graphite

[Tasted on May 5, 2018 at 404 Kitchen] Cranberry and plum fruit, black tea, graphite

9.0

Jim Chen

Oregon Ho!

Oregon Ho!

9.0

Michael Fuller

Took a little while to open up. But paired off with scallops and blood orange and it started to show beautifully. Some earth and mushroom undertones, but focused on raspberry and bing bing cherry.

Took a little while to open up. But paired off with scallops and blood orange and it started to show beautifully. Some earth and mushroom undertones, but focused on raspberry and bing bing cherry.

9.3

Katie

Complex nose with notes of strawberry and herbs. Fruit-forward. The finish tastes strongly of sour candy.

Complex nose with notes of strawberry and herbs. Fruit-forward. The finish tastes strongly of sour candy.

9.8

Scott Stewart

Bright and fresh for a 2015, with beautiful red fruits that are more uncommon in the Chehalem Mountains and from this vineyard in particular. Tastes like more carbonic this year, which is very enticing and helps the fruit...

Bright and fresh for a 2015, with beautiful red fruits that are more uncommon in the Chehalem Mountains and from this vineyard in particular. Tastes like more carbonic this year, which is very enticing and helps the fruit...

8.9

Lance Aker

Great bright translucent purple color. Paired with grilled pork chops and asparagus. Really good.

Great bright translucent purple color. Paired with grilled pork chops and asparagus. Really good.

9.1

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