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2019 Pinot Noir Bitty Bottles

$194.40/$162 club with case discount

Opening with fresh raspberry, cordial cherry and violet, this wine has a juicy palate of strawberry rhubarb pie and persimmon with savory undertones of clove and black pepper.

Our 375 ML bottles of Pinot Noir are a fun half-size perfect for gifting. 375 ML bottles, only available by the 12 bottle case. The 2019 vintage is sold out in the standard 750 ML bottle size.

Accolades

91 Points

Sleek and vibrant, with crisp cherry and pomegranate flavors that are laced with orange peel and dusky spice notes as this zooms toward the snappy finish.
winespectator.com (December 13, 2021)

92 Points & Editors' Choice

Fresh and fragrant in blueberry and blackberry fruit, it’s nicely layered and balanced across the palate. Along with the fresh berries are touches of savory Italian herbs and even a hint of dill. The tannins, though earthy and firm, are ripe and proportionate. This wine is sure to please immediately.

Wine Enthusiast (December, 2021)

91 Points

A ripe nose of raspberries, strawberries, dried flowers and sweet spices. It’s medium-bodied with plush tannins and lively acidity. Fruity with a herbal edge.
James Suckling (July 2021)

10 Outstanding Pinot Noirs & Chardonnays

Sleek and vibrant, with crisp cherry and pomegranate flavors that are laced with orange peel and dusky spice notes as this zooms toward the snappy finish.
winespectator.com (December 13, 2021)

92 Points & Publisher's Pick

“Bright, with high-toned acidity. A light sprinkle of white pepper settles on dusted rose petals, a strawberry patch, and tobacco leaf. Earthy and spicy, with just the right balance of fruit tones to keep it fresh.”

The Tasting Panel Magazine (September, 2021)

16 Great Oregon Pinot Noirs

“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.”
Food & Wine (May, 2022)