This Cotes de Provence Rose` is from vines growing close to Bandol and the sea. This juicy, red-fruit-flavored wine is full and soft, but with a refreshing character. Acidity and red-currant succulence show strongly at the end.
J Scott 2016 Albarino – Clean and bright aromas offer hints of fresh-cut Gala apples, Rainier cherry, quince paste, orange zest and sweet herbs. Soft acidity arrives early and stays late and brings succulent flavors of Asian pear, Granny Smith apple, lime zest river rock and lemon peel. A great favorite to go with seafood and fish!
This wine leaps out aromatically with grapefruit, tangerine, cherry and confection. In the glass, you’ll get fresh strawberry and melon, with a nice broadness across the palate and characteristic acidity. The wine is balanced, fresh and dry. This is always a favorite Rose’ every year!
Winemaker’s Reserve Pinot Noir Wine Press Northwest named Reustle Prayer Rock Vineyards their Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year! Come and check out what we have to offer from Reustle Prayer Rock Vineyards from the Umpqua Valley.– A balanced Pinot Noir with a soft nose of vanilla cherry, raspberry, and nicely managed oak, along with a gorgeous nose of currant, plum and sweet floral notes that immediately capture your attention. It’s medium finish extends the cherry and raspberry, followed by pomegranate and leather for the finish.
A balanced Pinot Noir with a soft nose of vanilla cherry, raspberry and nicely managed oak, along with a gorgeous nose of currant, plum and sweet floral notes that immediately capture your attention. Its medium finish extends the cherry and raspberry, followed by pomegranate and leather for the finish
Deliciously pure and supple, this wine is layered with seductive mocha and espresso laced oak wrapped around a dense core of currant, blackberry compote, licorice, with hints of crushed rock, chocolate and tobacco leaf. On the palate, this offering is showing dark plum, velvety raspberry notes with a long, persistent finish and a tremendous depth. (91 Pts WA)
Potter’s Vineyard 2012 Dario Estate Pinot Noir – A blend of both Jacob and Rachel blocks of the vineyard located in the Chehalem Mountains. Nicely perfumed with deep, penetrating aromas of black cherry, black raspberry, rose petal, anise and spice. Full-bodied, yet charming, with a rich core of darker stone and berry fruits, cola and spice. The fruit is wrapped in fine-grain, supportive tannins, the texture is soft and seamless. The finish is long and lasting (91 pts WS)
Owen Roe 2013 Yakima Red – This blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon comes from the Yakima Valley. This wine offers aromas of cocoa, spice, flowers, herb and red and black fruit. A blast of pretty plum fruit and firm tannins boasts a well-rounded mouthfeel with hints of subtle oak toast and dusty earth. A marvelously complex Bordeaux-style red blend. (91 pts WE)
Woodward Canyon 2015 Nelms Road Red – This is a blend of Cabernet Franc and Merlot. This is a beautifully ripe yet balanced fruit with enticing flavor of black cherry, mocha and baking spice. Complex aromas of roasted meat, black fruits and tobacco integer, leading to a soft generous finish. The wine is purple in color and has lovely texture.
It’s a medium-bodied dry wine and doesn’t see any oak. It has fresh floral aromas along with citrus, melon and a hint of almond. The flavors of peach, passion fruit and jasmine tea have a nutty edge, structured with a hint of tannin. The crisp acidity is well- balanced which helps this to be elegant with good complexity and a lingering finish.