Wine Enthusiast

2001 Pinot Noir Willamette Valley:

89 Points. “Pure and inviting, with entirely typical and welcome aromas of cherry and smoky wood. The palate is mostly cherry fruit, with simple but appropriate pepper and oak shadings. The finish is just right in terms of flavor and feel, and while the wine is round enough, it retains an acid-based, streamlined character that makes it fine and dandy.” – Michael Schachner (August 31, 2003)