WS 91 Pts - According to Wine Spectator - Light and open-textured, with lovely raspberry and cherry fruit at the core, hinting at cinnamon and rose as the finish lingers. Delicate and inviting. Drink now through 2017. 6,300 cases made.
Tasting Notes - If Oregon’s beauty could be captured in a bottle, it might be found in Erath’s 2009 Estate Selection Pinot Noir. Comforting wafts of balsam, vanilla and bay leaf swirl together with characteristic fresh cherry and soft floral notes. A bright palate of red plums and currants affords a sweet, juicy entry that builds and flows with a subtle smokiness, seamlessly surrendering to a lingering finish. Rated 90+