2005 Riesling Estate:

One Cluster. “Appealing aromas of apple, petrol, citrus zest, flowers, and talc are matched by equally engaging flavors of green apple, peach, melon and tangerine. Well balanced, with an animated character….especially on the extended finish.” (February 28, 2007)

2006 Riesling Estate:

“If you want to experience what the new generation of Northwest Riesling wines is all about, this is the wine to try. The nose of flinty minerals, dried straw, and unripe white fruits opens with warmth into wafts of sweet peach and rose petal. on the palate, vital and intertwined flavors of lime, lemon, white peach, and pear are compelling, with accents of mineral, dried flower petals, and tangerine peel showcased by clean acidity and great balance. This Riesling is all about depth, power, force, and flavor—the very definition of great Riesling.” – Cole Danehower (November 1, 2007)

2007 Riesling Estate:

Recommended. (February 1, 2010)

2009 Riesling Estate:

One Cluster. “Dry. Presents notes of pear skin, grape peel and green papaya. Lean and authoritative, this is a Riesling that will improve with cellaring, or serve it now with miso-glazed sablefish.” (January 31, 2011)

2007 Pinot Gris Willamette Valley:

Recommended. “Sweet smells of perfumed pear and apple are fresh and full in the nose…the flavors are forward and bright thanks to well balanced acidity. The finish lingers nicely with sustained fruit, making this a great wine to pair with simply prepared sole or pan-seared halibut.” (May 1, 2008)

2009 Pinot Gris Willamette Valley:

Two Clusters. “Bold and lively, this mouth-filling Gris has vigorous flavors of grapefruit, lemon, and lime fruits, along with spicy tones of basil. A fresh Gris to serve with pad thai.” (January 31, 2011)

2008 Pinot Blanc Willamette Valley:

Highly Recommended! (October 1, 2009)

2005 Mount Richmond Pinot Noir:

Three Clusters. “Powerful, juicy aromas of cherry fruit surge from the glass. Fresh and focused black cherry flavor is dense, fruit-sweet and succulent, and layered with notes of spice, toast, cola and espresso. Yet for all its weight of flavors, this is a vibrant wine whose balance of acid and remarkably subtle tannins make for a long and elegant taste experience. While a definite cellar candidate, this wine’s polish makes it well worth drinking right now…” (February 28, 2007)

2005 Pinot Noir Willamette Valley:

Two Clusters. “Gentle yet persistent scents of graham-spiced red fruits are layered with rose and cola accents. Juicy on the tongue, with hearty cherry and berry flavors backed by mouthwatering acidity, this lively wine offers plenty of punch….” (February 28, 2007)