2009 WildAire Cellars “Timothy” Pinot Noir


Hope everyone had a wonderful, long Weekend and wanted to express my take on this sensational, Willamette Valley Pinot Noir produced by WildAire Cellars.   Named in honor of Winemaker Matthew Driscoll’s Father, Timothy, I knew very early that this Pinot was going to be an absolute treat to get to know.   With a soothing, red garnet hue and a fragrant bouquet of earth, grass and perfume, this superb wine is joyously generous with offerings of strawberry, red currant, Maraschino cherry, pleasant vanilla oak, clove and faint menthol on the palate.  With masterful, crisp, zestful acidity, this Pinot Noir is one of my favorite Oregon Pinots to date.  Keep Drinking and Keep Believing.

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  1. Hey nice review!

    • Thanks K.W. Tremendous value and wonderful Pinot across the board! Cheers, Layden.


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