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2019 Arterberry Maresh Pinot Noir Maresh Vineyard

$78.99
2019 Arterberry Maresh Pinot Noir Maresh Vineyard
The 2019 vintage for Jim Maresh is phenomenal and, without a doubt, is one of the best vintages from this address to date. Jim is a master with Pinot Noir, and the influence from his love of Burgundy is very noticeable in the wines he makes. His more traditional approach defines what it is to make classic wines from Oregon. Over the years, these have been our favorite examples of Pinot Noir from Oregon, and the Maresh vineyard has always been the highlight for us, holding the oldest vines that Jim works with planted in the 70s. 2019 shows incredible complexity and depth with a beautiful level of refinement and concentration. This is about as good as it gets and is a bottle that deserves to be in every Pinot Noir and Burgundy lovers cellar. Truly an outstanding effort and a benchmark wine for Jim Maresh, this is not a bottle to miss. Bravo!

Wine Advocate (Erin Brooks) 98 points! "The 2019 Pinot Noir Maresh Vineyard comes from Pommard and Wadenswil clone vines planted in 1974 and was matured for 23 months in oak. Proprietor Jim Maresh says that, "The 2019s needed that extra polish." It's extraordinarily expressive and complex this vintage, with detailed cranberry, raspberry and tangerine aromas and nuances of rose petals and aniseed. The palate has a weightless feel from its bright acidity, silky texture and surprising fruit concentration, finishing very long and pure."

2019 Arterberry Maresh Pinot Noir Maresh Vineyard

2019 Arterberry Maresh Pinot Noir Maresh Vineyard

$78.99
$78.99

The 2019 vintage for Jim Maresh is phenomenal and, without a doubt, is one of the best vintages from this address to date. Jim is a master with Pinot Noir, and the influence from his love of Burgundy is very noticeable in the wines he makes. His more traditional approach defines what it is to make classic wines from Oregon. Over the years, these have been our favorite examples of Pinot Noir from Oregon, and the Maresh vineyard has always been the highlight for us, holding the oldest vines that Jim works with planted in the 70s. 2019 shows incredible complexity and depth with a beautiful level of refinement and concentration. This is about as good as it gets and is a bottle that deserves to be in every Pinot Noir and Burgundy lovers cellar. Truly an outstanding effort and a benchmark wine for Jim Maresh, this is not a bottle to miss. Bravo!

Wine Advocate (Erin Brooks) 98 points! "The 2019 Pinot Noir Maresh Vineyard comes from Pommard and Wadenswil clone vines planted in 1974 and was matured for 23 months in oak. Proprietor Jim Maresh says that, "The 2019s needed that extra polish." It's extraordinarily expressive and complex this vintage, with detailed cranberry, raspberry and tangerine aromas and nuances of rose petals and aniseed. The palate has a weightless feel from its bright acidity, silky texture and surprising fruit concentration, finishing very long and pure."