Food & Wine Magazine has named our 2019 Willamette Valley Estate Pinot Noir as one of “16 Great Oregon Pinots for Springtime Pouring.”
“Adam Campbell of Elk Cove is known for his complex, terroir-driven, single-vineyard Pinots, but his basic estate bottling is no less appealing. Floral on the nose, it offers substantial flavor without weightiness, ending with a hint of peppery spice. If you like this one, you may well find yourself investing in his single-vineyard bottlings, too.”
– Ray Isle, Food & Wine Magazine
Ray Isle is the executive wine editor at Food & Wine, and the wine and spirits editor for Travel + Leisure. He writes Food & Wine’s monthly “Bottle Service” column, and contributes regular print and online features about wine, spirits, and wine-related travel to both brands. His articles have also appeared in Departures, the Washington Post, Time, and more. Ray has been nominated three times for the James Beard Award in beverage writing, and is a two-time winner of the IACP Award for Narrative Beverage Writing. His book “Real Wine: What It Is, Who Makes It, Where to Find It” is forthcoming in 2023 from Scribner Books.
To read the full article, check out the May issue of Food & Wine Magazine or visit foodandwine.com.