A Limited Production, 95 Point Oregon Pinot Noir That’s Worth Seeking Out

A Limited Production, 95 Point Oregon Pinot Noir That’s Worth Seeking OutIt’s a new year and a fresh start! If you’re looking for a new, exciting wine to experience at the start of 2022, we have the answer! We’re thrilled to share this 95 point Pinot Noir from Oregon that we’re loving right now.

Demand for Oregon Pinot Noir has surpassed Sonoma Coast over the past few months, and our private wine consultants receive daily inquiries for Oregon Pinot Noir.

We just received in a very limited quantity of 2019 Brick House Pinot Noir Les Dijonnais ($51.99 / btl), which received 95 points in Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate – the highest score to date. The Brick House, in Ribbon Ridge of Willamette Valley, looks out over eight acres of Dijon clone vines planted a quarter century ago on a full south slope that are biodynamically grown and Demeter certified.

The ‘Les Dijonnais’ Pinot Noir represents the best barrels of the superior fruit from this warm site.

In contrast with the Pommard clone bottlings, the ‘Les Dijonnais’ Pinot Noir offers a more floral interpretation of the grape often considered “ethereal” and “elegant”, yet the palate still delivers a “silky richness.”

Less than 700 cases made and most of this is set for restaurants and club members, so don’t miss this terrific buying opportunity. The 2019 Brick House Pinot Noir Les Dijonnais is worth seeking out, and it’s perfect to enjoy now and over the next decade!



(Submitted Jan 7, 2022)

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