THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER – January 2021

WINE SPECTATOR, January 2021

2018 Pinot Noir Flat Block- 93 Points 
Shows definition and a tight focus, with handsome black cherry, orange blossom and stony mineral notes that build richness toward refined tannins. Drink now through 2028. – T.F.

2018 Pinot Noir Justice Vineyard- 93 Points 
Expressive raspberry and rose petal aromas lead to multilayered cherry, pomegranate and spiced […]

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER – January 20212021-05-20T11:08:52-07:00

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, NOVEMBER 2018

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, NOVEMBER 2018

Pinot Noir Eola-Amity Hills AEOLIAN 2016 – 94

Expressive and powerfully built, with vibrant black raspberry and orange peel aromas that open to a vibrant core of tannins and acidity, wrapped in dynamic cherry and spice flavors. Best from 2020 through 2025.—T.F.

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, NOVEMBER 20182020-03-25T07:17:16-07:00

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, OCTOBER 2018

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, OCTOBER 2018

Pinot Noir Eola-Amity Hills Flat Block 2016- 95

Deeply structured, yet seamlessly rich and polished, with spirited cherry blossom and raspberry aromas that open to fervent rhubarb, savory tea and cardamom flavors, building toward refined tannins. Drink now through 2025. From Oregon.—T.F.

Pinot Noir Eola-Amity Hills West Block 2016 – 93

Structured and […]

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, OCTOBER 20182018-11-14T21:05:33-08:00

WINE SPECTATOR, MAY 2018

WINE SPECTATOR, MAY 2018

2015 Pinot Noir Aeolian – 92

Well-knit and refined, with floral raspberry, crushed rock and spice flavors that build presence and richness on the finish. Drink now through 2023.—T.F.

 2015 Pinot Noir West Block – 92
Subtly brooding but polished and complex, with expressive black cherry, jasmine tea […]
WINE SPECTATOR, MAY 20182018-05-25T11:46:31-07:00

THE WINE SPECTATOR, SEPTEMBER 30, 2007

THE WINE SPECTATOR, SEPTEMBER 30, 2007

2005 Bethel Heights Pinot Noir Flat Block Reserve – 91

Supple and graceful. Shows real presence, with creamy cherry and huckleberry flavors, finishing on a creamy note. Lingers artfully against refreshing acidity.

 

2005 Bethel Heights Pinot Noir West Block Reserve – 91

Smooth, velvety and graceful, artfully layering the cherry, plum, toast […]

THE WINE SPECTATOR, SEPTEMBER 30, 20072017-11-13T17:29:07-08:00

THE WINE SPECTATOR, DECEMBER 15, 2008

THE WINE SPECTATOR, DECEMBER 15, 2008

2006 Bethel Heights Pinot Noir Casteel Reserve – 91

Light, silky and open-textured with vivid currant and blackberry flavors, shaded with spice and black olive notes, lingering nicely on the generous finish. Drink now through 2014.

2006 Bethel Heights Pinot Noir Flat Block – 93

Lithe and open-textured, this is a wine […]

THE WINE SPECTATOR, DECEMBER 15, 20082017-07-11T04:19:53-07:00

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, OCTOBER 2009

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, OCTOBER 2009

2007 Pinot Noir Flat Block – 92

Light and silky, a gorgeous, delicate style that lets its red berry and plum fruit dance sinuously over the polished, racy frame. Drink now through 2015.

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, OCTOBER 20092017-07-11T04:20:13-07:00

THE WINE SPECTATOR, DECEMBER 31, 2009

THE WINE SPECTATOR, DECEMBER 31, 2009

2008 Bethel Heights Vineyard Pinot Blanc Eola-Amity Hills – 90

($16) Bright and jazzy, offering a lovely mouthful of peach-accented grapefruit and pear flavors, lingering exuberantly. Drink now. 626 cases made.

2008 Bethel Heights Vineyard Pinot Noir Justice Vineyard – 90

($50) Bright and lively, displaying an earthy […]

THE WINE SPECTATOR, DECEMBER 31, 20092017-07-11T04:21:20-07:00

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, AUGUST 2011

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, AUGUST 2011

2009 Bethel Heights Vineyard Pinot Noir Estate Grown – 92

($32) Light in texture and weight, but shows real presence with its strawberry and cherry fruit, with cinnamon and talcum overtones. Finishes with refinement and grace. Drink now through 2019.

THE WINE SPECTATOR INSIDER, AUGUST 20112017-07-11T04:24:59-07:00

THE WINE SPECTATOR, FEBRUARY 2012

THE WINE SPECTATOR, FEBRUARY 2012

2009 Bethel Heights Vineyard Chardonnay Estate Grown – 90

($25) Tangy and appealing for its tightly knit tangerine, pear and spice flavors, finishing with zip. Drink now through 2013.

2009 Bethel Heights Vineyard Pinot Noir Casteel Reserve – 93

($60) Firm in texture up front, with a mineral cast to the dark […]

THE WINE SPECTATOR, FEBRUARY 20122017-07-11T04:28:28-07:00
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