Erath Pinot Noir Williamette 2007
cranberry, strawberry, raspberry, some slight earth-like qualities, light, simple easy drinking
Very light bodied Pinot Noir from Oregon. Mouth feel very close to water. Noted some slight hints of red berry and vanilla but the taste where fleeting and there was little to no finish. Definitely better Pinot Noirs in this price range out there.
Was like water in the mouth. Any flavors that were there (mostly cherry and red berry) didn't hang around very long. As in almost non-existent. Needless to say there was not a finish. Very disappointed in this wine and think there are several wines that our cheaper that blow this one out of the water. I will not buy this one again.
Very very light pinot, fails to live up to what I would expect from a Willamette Valley wine. Flavors of dark forest fruits exist, but only at a very subtle level.
VERY thin, almost like weak cranberry juice. Nice strawberry fruit with a touch of leather, but the body just wasn't there.
Nice but nothing outstanding. A little light for an Oregon pinot.
Watery, short finish
External Reviews for Erath Pinot Noir Williamette
Black cherry aromas, underscored by sweet mandarin orange, greet the nose as warm, clove-laced vanilla wafts gently among subtle hints of anise and caramel. The wine opens on the palate with more hints of sweet black cherry, which flows seamlessly into a supple silkiness. So versatile with food - fish, fowl, beef, and pasta...the perfect house red! Please note that this wine is sealed with a twist cap closure. Try this with Thai or Chinese pepper sauce, grilled scallops, thin crust pizza margherita, pasta with red sauce, and zesty BBQ.