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2011 Elizabeth Chambers Pinot Noir Oregon
 

2011 Elizabeth Chambers Pinot Noir Oregon

Wine Review: Elizabeth Chambers Pinot Noir Willamette Valley, Oregon Elizabeth Chambers is a third generation Oregonian who certainly has the experience and knowledge to bring to market, the style of wines most consumers want when they buy Willamette Valley Pinot noir. Winemaker Michael Stevenson has delivered in this 2011 Winemakers Cuvee Pinot noir just that, […]

2011 Eyrie Chardonnay Reserve

05 April 2014

Wine Review: Eyrie Chardonnay Reserve, Original Vines, Dundee Hills, Oregon The Eyrie Chardonnay Reserve is clean and crisp with meyer lemon, pear, honey and vanilla cream aromas. On the palate, it is medium-bodied with flavors of green apples, lime and baking spices that evolve from first sip. Very lively and tart, halibut, scallops or chicken […]

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2010 Rosa D’ Oro Montepulciano

03 April 2014

Wine Review: 2010 Rosa D’ Oro Montepulciano Tracy Hills California . Finding Montepulciano grown outside of Southern Italy used to be a rarity. Thanks to Nick and Pietro Buttitta (father and son) it’s not so rare anymore. They have been making some of the finest Italian varietal wines in California for almost a decade now. […]

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Pamela Heiligenthal Interviewed over at Grape Collective

01 April 2014

Enobytes own Pamela Heiligenthal Interviewed over at Grape Collective . Grape Collective, a new and progressive online wine magazine recently spotlighted one of our own writers, Pamela Heiligenthal. The interview, conducted by Jameson Fink, highlighted Pamela’s wine journey from her early days as a restaurant Sommelier to where she is now, balancing her life as […]

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2011 Raffaldini Sangiovese Riserva

30 March 2014

Wine Review: 2011 Raffaldini Sangiovese Riserva Swan Creek North Carolina . The 2011 Raffaldini Sangiovese Riserva is a pretty style with integrated tannins that play the backbeat to the multi-layered mid-palette of sour cherry, tobacco and plum. It is a medium-bodied Sangiovese with good acidity and a medium-long finish; a very food friendly wine, which […]

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2010 Mt. Brave Cabernet Sauvignon

28 March 2014

Wine Review: 2010 Mt. Brave Cabernet Sauvignon Mt. Veeder, California   I’m not really sure how brave that mountain is but I do know Mt. Veeder produces some mighty fine fruit. Wow! The Mt. Brave Cabernet Sauvignon was an absolute pleasure to consume. Pleasure squared to be exact with the savory, sweet, acid, and fruit […]

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2012 Anam Cara Chardonnay Reserve

26 March 2014

Wine review: 2012 Anam Cara Chardonnay Reserve, Chehalem Mountains Willamette Valley As a fan of Anam Cara wines, I look forward to tasting their lineup every year. This is their first Reserve Chardonnay, created from two acres of Dijon clone vines on the estate. The 2012 Anam Cara Chardonnay Reserve has pretty aromas of pear […]

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