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Domaine Serene Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir 2015 750ml
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Domaine Serene Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir 2015

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  • wa90+

750ml
$89.95

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Category Red Wine
Varietal
Region United States, Oregon, Willamette Valley
Brand Domaine Serene
Alcohol/vol 14.1%
The Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir is our flagship wine, and is the defining standard by which all of our Pinot Noirs are measured. We hand select our best barrels each year to create a reserve wine that is consistent in both its superior quality, and flavor profile. A true illustration of the art of blending, the 2013 Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir is a wonderfully complex elegant wine with in- triguing notes of black cherry, currants, cloves and nutmeg. With some air, notes of allspice, cardamom and black tea emerge from the glass with a subtle lift of cocoa powder and vanilla. In the mouth, the wine shows elegance and finesse with brooding depth and concentration, vibrant red fruits, silky tannins and great persistence.
Wine Spectator
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Polished and gracefully complex, with refined raspberry and strawberry flavors accented by toasty cinnamon and river stone notes, finishing with lithe tannins. Drink now through 2025.

Tim Fish, February 28, 2019
Wine Enthusiast
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This reserve is an excellent representation of the 2015 vintage. Firm, supple and loaded with brambly purple fruit, it carries a pleasing touch of fruit sweetness. It rolls gracefully into a tight finish, with layers of herb, earth, blueberry, black cherry and brown spice notes.

Paul Gregutt, August 1, 2018
Wine Advocate
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The pale to medium ruby-purple 2015 Pinot Noir Evenstad Reserve opens with touches of tar and tilled earth over black cherries, blackcurrants and licorice laced with brown sugar and cardamom. Medium to full-bodied, it fills the mouth with warm fruits and spices and has a good frame of fine, grainy tannins with juicy freshness and potpourri/tea leaf suggestions on the long finish.

Erin Brooks, August 31, 2018