VOLUME 11, ISSUE 50
November 1, 2019
ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE:
The Prince Departs

2010 Bethel Heights Flat Block Estate Grown Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir

12.8% alc., $58. Pommard clone planted in 1979. · Medium garnet color with slight haze (unfiltered) in the glass. Very expressive aromatics that are captivating. Perfume of oak-kissed black cherries and berry jam on toast. A cherry bombast supported by perfectly matched tannins and acidity, seductively endowed with a very soft mouth feel, finishing like a three hour movie you don’t want to end. An exceptional wine that will please any Pinot connoisseur. Very good (+). Reviewed September 12, 2012

Winery: Bethel Heights Vineyard
From article: 2010 Pinots Tasted in the Willamette