Elouan Missoulan Wash Reserve Pinot Noir 2016
Wine EnthusiastThis wine's name refers to the floods that brought seismic change to the Willamette Valley millennia ago. It's as soft and smooth as a slice of blackberry pie, with cut tobacco highlights. In flavor, it's closer to old vine Lodi field blends than to typical Oregon Pinot Noir. Yet, it's quite delicious and ready to drink.
Wine SpectatorA zesty red, with lively cherry, blueberry and spice flavors. Drink now through 2022. 533 cases made.