Chehalem Pinot Noir Stoller Dundee Hills 2006

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Ripe strawberries, red cherry and earth on the aromatics lead to delicate fruit and earth on the palate and a spicy f...

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Screwcap – Intense and ever-so-slightly roasted fruit that has excellent warm middle-eastern spice notes, and a grilled rare steak tone. Very inte... Read more

Candied on the nose with strong notes of cola, grilled steak, black pepper and a slight tone of the beach at low tide. Pretty well knit together on... Read more

Earthy barnyard aromas overlay blackberry aroma and it all follows thru to the flavor -- a good thing. Wine is well-structured with nice chew and ... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Chehalem Pinot Noir Stoller Dundee Hills

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065211,226
4.50 5
11/21/2008

Screwcap – Intense and ever-so-slightly roasted fruit that has excellent warm middle-eastern spice notes, and a grilled rare steak tone. Very interesting on the nose as it has some cool climate rainwater character but also offers up very ripe fruits with spicy, dried cherry tones. Sweetish yet with acid to support the fruit, very fine polished tannins sit comfortably under the drape of fruit. Very fresh yet completely ripe with complex shades of berry fruit, spice, soil, and herbs. Really complete stuff. Lots of very subtle coriander/sassafras tones that don’t veer off into the cola/root beer end of the spectrum. Very impressive transparency and mouthfeel. 92pts.


Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065211,226
3.50 5
02/23/2009

Candied on the nose with strong notes of cola, grilled steak, black pepper and a slight tone of the beach at low tide. Pretty well knit together on the palate with a focused core of cola and roast cherry fruit that is a touch sweet. Finishes cleanly though a little non-descript and without much depth, still it's well made and avoids the over extraction that plagues Pinot. Drink 2009-2013 88pts

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Snooth User: ekw590
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3.00 5
02/19/2009

Earthy barnyard aromas overlay blackberry aroma and it all follows thru to the flavor -- a good thing. Wine is well-structured with nice chew and acidity.


Snooth User: chock
46421132
3.50 5
04/18/2008

Drank in 2008 on a warm April evening bbq'ing in the back yard with Phil and Keely. It was very nice as I recall. A bit of a California style (i.e., big juicy koolaid) than a Oregon style IMHO.


Winemaker's Notes:

Ripe strawberries, red cherry and earth on the aromatics lead to delicate fruit and earth on the palate and a spicy finish. The 2006 JV Pinot was blended to be approachable and balanced while showcasing the richness of the Stoller site.

Ripe strawberries, red cherry and earth on the aromatics lead to delicate fruit and earth on the palate and a spicy finish. The 2006 JV Pinot was blended to be approachable and balanced while showcasing the richness of the Stoller site.

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