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Elegantly complex and vibrant, with floral apple, lemon verbena and spice flavors that build toward a steely finish. Drink now through 2023. 424 cases made.Wine Spectator | 93 WSThe 2019 Chardonnay “Hyland Vineyard” bottling from Résonance Wines is a lovely wine. It comes in at 13.5 percent octane and seems to show that a bit of the malolactic fermentation was blocked, as it has that lovely essence of pear aromatic note that one finds in many of Louis Jadot’s white Burgundies as well. The nose jumps from the glass in a blend of pear, apple, a touch of pastry cream, raw almond, a touch of vanillin oak and a lovely base of soil tones. On the palate the wine is vibrant, full-bodied and nascently complex, with a good core and soil signature, zesty acids and a long, nicely balanced and stylish finish. Good juice. (Drink between 2021-2030)John Gilman | 90 JG
The 2019 Chardonnay The Eyrie, matured in just 11.5% new oak, is expressive and singular, offering an alluring dynamic of ripe, spicy fruit and savory bass tones. A core of baked apple fruit is accented by scents of mushroom powder, flint, fallen leaves and cinnamon on the nose, shifting continually as it spends time in the glass. The medium-bodied palate is incredibly concentrated yet boasts focused acidity that drives its generous flavors into a long, flinty finish.Robert Parker Wine Advocate | 98 RPSalted-caramel and some dried-lemon and apple-turnover aromas follow through to a full body with a creamy, dried-fruit finish. Tangy and edgy. Serious. Intellectual. Drink or hold.James Suckling | 95 JSFor 2019, the estate’s fiftieth pick, Jason Lett included more than 80 percent of what the estate calls the Draper selection clone, from California mass selections. One of a kind, to be sure, no Oregon chardonnay is like this one, combining a rich fullness of flavor and idiosyncratic savor that feels like it can only happen from these vines and on this Dundee Hills estate. It smells rich, of pineapple and candied ginger, pear and a hint of dried apricot. And yet there is such tension on the palate you’ll forget notions of richness and focus on the wine’s inimitable texture, layered and brimming with complex flavors. Fascinating now, it should age beautifully.Wine & Spirits Magazine | 95 W&S
This 2021 wine is a fine example of the charm, balance and satisfaction that fine Dundee Hills Pinot can provide. Translucent scarlet in colour, with magnetically attractive raspberry scents, once on the palate the wine is soft-contoured yet energetic, with arresting intensity of fruit. Here the raspberry shades into something more curranty and tenacious, and there are refreshing bitter notes in the finish, too, with a hint of earthiness perhaps derived from the clays of volcanic origin in which the vines grow. The warm edge of cool climate? Perhaps – and it makes for beautiful drinking.Decanter | 97 DECThis is bright and red-fruited with savory herbs, cocoa powder and nut shell. Medium- to full-bodied with compact, chocolaty tannins and velvety texture. It is plush, long and polished with attractive cocoa-dusted dark cherry and spicy notes to close. Drink or hold.James Suckling | 94 JSThe wine’s aromas of sweet blackberries and lemon tarts are contrasted by traces of earth and thyme. Blackberry jam dominates the creamy palate, with we bits of cedar and caffè macchiato. Soft acidity, with plush tannins.Wine Enthusiast | 90 WE
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