Domaine Michel Sarrazin is fast becoming our “go to” source for delicious Burgundy values, and this luscious 2012 red from the Côte Chalonnaise village of Mercurey shows why. A wonderfully ripe and fruit-filled single-vineyard Pinot Noir that gains freshness and even more sweetness of red fruit with air but never loses touch with Burgundy tradition. You don’t often find 75% new French oak on a wine in this price range, much less see it so beautifully integrated with ripe, succulent, fruit. A great wine to pour for a party and better still with sophisticated foods or a few years aging. Very deserving of it's 90+ point rating and a steal from $27.98!
This od vine Ribbon Ridge Pommard named in honor of Doug Tunnell's French cooper ancesters is better than ever in 2012, but very, very, limited. The most popular wine at our Willamette Pinot class and a "must have" for anyone collecting the best of Willamette in 2012!
Classy, hand-crafted, Willamette Valley Pinot Noir that bursts with fresh berry fruit and has the heft to handle planked salmon normally sells for...well, a lot more than $16.98!