AWARDS & ACCOLADES

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2015 – 91 POINTS

(Willamette Valley) Fresh and vibrant, with floral raspberry and cinnamon aromas and crisp yet plush spiced cherry flavors that linger. Drink now through 2022. 1,500 cases made.– TF

– Wine Spectator

2015 – 90 POINTS “BEST BUY”

(Willamette Valley) Round and fruity, this mixes sweet berry with red plum and Bing cherry. Orange-peel highlights lift the midpalate. The wine shows excellent balance and a detailed, lingering finish. —P.G.

– Wine & Spirits

2011 – 90 POINTS
Sourced entirely from the Carabella vineyard, this offers a pleasing blend of citrus, pineapple and pear fruit, with a backing of honey-laced lemon tea. It’s delicious and ready to drink.

– Wine Enthusiast

2015 – 90 POINTS “BEST BUY”
This outstanding riesling brings a bouquet of rose petals and peaches. There’s enough bright acidity to push flavors of lime and grapefruit forward, and the wine drinks dry despite relatively low alcohol.

– Wine Enthusiast

2015 – 90 POINTS “BEST BUY”

Lightly tawny in color, with a fresh and enlivening mouthfeel, this is a good pinot gris for salmon, halibut or even swordfish. Pear flesh and skin, white peach and a hint of spice are all in play.

– Wine Enthusiast

2015 – 89 POINTS, “TOP VALUE”

Focused on a medium-weight frame, this offers cherry, licorice and wet earth flavors that glide over powdery tannins and into a long and expressive finish. Drink now through 2020.

– Wine Spectator

Underwood bottle Pinot Noir

2014 – 87 POINTS, “BEST BUY”

Self-described as a “notable every day wine” this meets the challenge. Given the price, it’s a winner, with 58% of the grapes coming from the Umpqua Valley AVA. The light strawberry fruit carries herbal and bitter green flavors, yet everything is in proper proportion.

– Wine Enthusiast

Underwood bottle Pinot Gris

2016 – 87 POINTS, “Pick of the Day”

– Wine Spectator