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Eola Hills Wolf Hill Vineyard 667 Reserve Pinot Noir 2019

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14.20% /
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Vintage: 2019
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Deep, dark and serious, this full-bodied wine bursts with intensity and length. An extraordinary clonal selection, this Pinot is sourced from our Wolf Hill estate vineyard located in the Eola-Amity Hills of the Willamette Valley. The Dijon clone 667 contributes to the smooth, rich mouthfeel and concentration of fruit. Aged in Demptos American oak for nearly 76 months.

Color: Ruby
Aroma: Black Currant, Savory Tobacco, Charred Wood
Taste: Dark Cherry, Vanilla, Coconut
Body: Full – Rich, Robust

31 reviews for Eola Hills Wolf Hill Vineyard 667 Reserve Pinot Noir 2019

  1. Saul Vizcaino

    2001 Pinot Noir from Eola Hills Winery. Deep ruby-purple color, black fruit with leather/earth tones. Smooth, light to medium bodied, but lacks depth and finish. Rated 73 by WS in 2004, improved but still so-so.

  2. Loretta Beasley

    Past peak, earthy, weak fruit.

  3. Melanie Roman

    Wolf Hill Vineyard’s blend of 3 clones aged in 15-20% French oak has a ruby color with cherry, sage, herb, spice, earthy, and clove notes. Its cherry and blueberry flavors mix with spicy oak, and a silky texture and nice acidity complete the experience.

  4. Joseph Mallett

    Prefers California style such as Belle Glos or Paul Hobbs, so this wine is just OK.

  5. Joseph Rowland

    Great wine, deep discount, brilliant dark cherry red color, full and flamboyant nose, primary cherry notes, lingering finish with darker chocolate notes, perfect with faux coq au vin.

  6. Kathleen Dax

    Dark ruby, muted dark fruit on the nose. Tart dark berries and cherries, light tannins, nice acid backbone. Short to medium finish. Solid value, better with food.

  7. Kenneth Jones

    Great Pinot, ruby red, fruity with chocolate notes and a long finish.

  8. Michele Langston

    Superb Pinot Noir.

  9. Michael Cates

    Smooth and smoky with notes of plums, rhubarb, meat, and saddle leather. Opens up nicely over two hours. Last year for this vintage.

  10. Edward Evans

    Improved from last. Rich coffee, chocolate, raspberry. Autumn maple nose. Aged gracefully.

  11. Barbara Hall

    Smooth, smokey, fruity, light molasses aroma, low heat. My favorite since ’06.

  12. Edwina Love

    Dark burgundy with smoky notes in both nose and palate. Tart cherry and spice flavors.

  13. Katherine Coss

    25% of the bottles had flawed corks, affecting the wine with seepage.

  14. Robert Wyatt

    Wine was past its prime.

  15. Clara Caraballo

    Poor cork.

  16. Gustavo Martinez

    Cork heavily saturated, slight oxidation.

  17. Arturo Meddaugh

    Undrinkable due to a bad cork.

  18. Wendy Coleman

    Smoky with hints of cherry.

  19. Jeannine Averill

    Good cork, cherry cola notes.

  20. Bradley Sacco

    Improved from last time, this vintage is nicely balanced despite not being the best.

  21. William Sadler

    Tart cranberry dominates with earthy and tobacco notes. Thin mouthfeel, hot finish, but solid acid.

  22. Oscar Acevedo

    Wine came through fine despite 95% saturated cork.

  23. Derrick Rabelo

    Cork intact.

  24. Royce Dupree

    Ruined bottle due to soiled cork.

  25. Alicia Cole

    Elegant and soft Willamette Pinot Noir. Clear winner with better spiciness and red fruits. Good wine.

  26. Carl Watson

    Despite concerns over the cork, this wine is better than fine. With woodfire smoke and cinnamon on the nose and blackberry and spice on the palate, it has a long, toasty leather-vanilla finish. Drink it up over the next year.

  27. Charlotte Mcmullen

    A great bottle! Despite a breached cork, the wine was still good.

  28. Pauline Allison

    Cork sponge, wine not spoiled. Decent, but lacking in flavor.

  29. Janice Goldston

    Cork is fully saturated.

  30. Jason Mcmurray

    “Best pinot I’ve ever tasted. Dark fruit flavors, ultra smooth. Not a pinot fan, but loved it.”

  31. Patrick Hanna

    Dark color, grassy smell with cocoa notes. Concentrated and slightly sweet. New world style, may benefit from aging.

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What does Eola Hills Wolf Hill Vineyard 667 Reserve Pinot Noir 2019 taste like?


Light
Bold
Smooth
Tannic
Dry
Sweet
Soft
Acidic
Earthy Flavors of the wine

leather, earthy, smoke

Red Fruit flavors of the wine

cherry, raspberry, strawberry

Oaky Flavors of the wine

oak, tobacco, vanilla

apple

Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

pepper, white pepper, red licorice

Food Pairing with Eola Hills Wolf Hill Vineyard 667 Reserve Pinot Noir 2019

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