Cristom Mt. Jefferson Cuvée Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2015

$26.99

The nose is fresh and shows great depth with raspberry crumble, dried wild strawberries, orange peel and milk chocolate shavings. Medium- to full-bodied with lots of spicy, crunchy red fruit, tangy acidity, firm tannins and a long finish. So good now... James Suckling

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Ratings on Delectable

John Willison Delectable Pro

Light burgundy color. Crushed raspberry, cherry, and a bit of mushroom and damp earth. Lingering finish. Opens over time.

Light burgundy color. Crushed raspberry, cherry, and a bit of mushroom and damp earth. Lingering finish. Opens over time.

9.0

Jordan Wardlaw Delectable Pro

The bright freshness and fruit-forward personality of the Mt Jefferson cuvée is spot-on year after year, making it a quintessential Willamette blend. Sweet red berries, roses, baking spice and just enough savory component to bring your nose down into the dirt. Just a tad saline and rustic. The open and approachable young-drinking nature of this wine gives it a very broad appeal.

The bright freshness and fruit-forward personality of the Mt Jefferson cuvée is spot-on year after year, making it a quintessential Willamette blend. Sweet red berries, roses, baking spice and just enough savory component to bring your nose down into the dirt. Just a tad saline and rustic. The open and approachable young-drinking nature of this wine gives it a very broad appeal.

9.2

Owen Martin

Excellent Pinot. 2015 opened in 2019!

Excellent Pinot. 2015 opened in 2019!

9.5

Daniel Liu

Very sweet and definitely earthy. Not sure about the bazooka wrapper

Very sweet and definitely earthy. Not sure about the bazooka wrapper

9.5

John Howard Delectable Pro

Harvest production at Hirsch and Cobb Wineries

Cherry, red plum, bazooka wrapper, rose petal, stems, thyme, iron, earth. Delicious!

Cherry, red plum, bazooka wrapper, rose petal, stems, thyme, iron, earth. Delicious!

9.3

Jörgen Lindström Carlvik Delectable Pro

Owner, Brix Wine Consultants

Lush and inviting, trying to please many. And successfully doing just that.

Lush and inviting, trying to please many. And successfully doing just that.

8.9

Andrew Lohse Delectable Pro

Earthy, smoky, brambly ripe raspberry. Herbal and mossy notes.

Earthy, smoky, brambly ripe raspberry. Herbal and mossy notes.

9.1

Flora Bokma

I most frequently drink California Pinot Noirs. There is quite a big difference between the California PN and Oregon PN. First the color. A California wine will be darker in the glass. This Cristom is pale and purple with hint of rust, but very transparent. it is also more acidic. A California PN is actually quite bold and rich. The Cristom is more complex, I would say, because it is light, but yet it has depth. It is hard to classify because it seems to bounce from left to right ( like the political opinions of some!). It finishes long . I think I could acquire a taste for this stuff. But, for now, it is new and still up for further scrutiny.

I most frequently drink California Pinot Noirs. There is quite a big difference between the California PN and Oregon PN. First the color. A California wine will be darker in the glass. This Cristom is pale and purple with hint of rust, but very transparent. it is also more acidic. A California PN is actually quite bold and rich. The Cristom is more complex, I would say, because it is light, but yet it has depth. It is hard to classify because it seems to bounce from left to right ( like the political opinions of some!). It finishes long . I think I could acquire a taste for this stuff. But, for now, it is new and still up for further scrutiny.

8.9

Pam Hoadley

Very smooth wine - with Ann and Mark

Very smooth wine - with Ann and Mark

9.8

Brooke Swalm

Cristom pinots never disappoint.

Cristom pinots never disappoint.

9.0

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