Wine Spectator Magazine gave our 2013 Pinot Noir Willamette Valley  90 Points:

“Fresh and expressive, light-footed and generous, with cherry, plum and apricot flavors, coming together smoothly on the open-textured finish. Drink now through 2019.” -Harvey Steiman

Our 2012 Clay Court Pinot Noir received an excellent 92 Point rating from the Wine Spectator:

“Vibrant and expressive, with a spurt of currant and plum fruit leading a parade of tangy citrus, dusky spice and chai tea overtones that add depth as the finish expands. Drink now through 2022.” – Harvey Steiman

Our 2012 La Bohème Pinot Noir received a spectacular 93 Point rating from the Wine Spectator:

“Supple and light-footed, with remarkable density to the red plum and blackberry fruit, shaded with hints of cocoa and white pepper as the harmonious finish persists. Drink now through 2022.” – Harvey Steiman

Our 2012 Five Mountain Pinot Noir received a spectacular 94 Point rating from the Wine Spectator:

“Vibrant, spicy and minerally, with crushed-gravel overtones to the dark berry, black cherry and cocoa flavors, persisting easily against fine tannins on the long, expressive and open finish. Best from 2016 through 2022.” – Harvey Steiman

Our 2012 Estate Riesling  received 90 points and “Smart Buy” from Wine Spectator Magazine!

“Dry, crisp and vital, with juicy pear and apple flavors at the core, hinting at lemon curd as the refined finish lingers. Drink now through 2020. Smart Buy.” – Harvey Steiman

Our 2012 Mount Richmond Pinot Noir was awarded an excellent rating of 94 points by Wine Spectator Magazine.  The review is currently published in their “Wine Spectator Insider” and will be featured in the October 15th, 2014 issue of the magazine and listed as “Highly Recommended”.

“Broad and expressive, not heavy but dense, with cherry, black plum and rose petal flavors that soar over refined tannins into a long and harmonious finish. Best from 2015 through 2022.”—H.S.

Our 2012 Pinot Gris was listed in the Wine Spectator as one of  “Harvey Steiman’s Recommended Wines from Oregon” in their article “Oregon’s Light Touch”.  Of 600 wines reviewed for the report, only 18 were listed as a “Top Value”. Here’s what else Steiman had to say about our 2012 Pinot Gris:

“Light and sleek, offering a satiny texture to the pear and floral flavors, which linger deftly and intently”

2011 Clay Court

90 Points: “Light, fresh and tangy, wih lime and green apple accents to the red berry and coffee flavors, coming together on the transparent finish.  Fine tannins.  Best from 2015 through 2019.”