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The Dijon 777 clone is one of the most popular in the Willamette Valley, and a mainstay in most pinot noir blends. This single clone bottling is dark and silky, with herbal notes and a hint of allspice on the nose, and mixture of red and black fruited flavors in the palate. The 777 clone is known for a silky smoothness, and this wine shows that with a powerful yet feminine mouth feel and finish.
Sad Jack is named after Sadie and Jackson, two dogs owned by our founders Steve and Karen Lutz. These two terriers enjoyed visiting the hillside vineyard and chasing after squirrels during the earliest days of our vineyard's planting.
Intriguing aromatics draw you in immediately and accurately predict joy. The seamless mixture of fruit, spice, and savory influences in this mid-weight red is beguiling. Add to that, its suave texture and — wow! It's explosive yet not heavy. Rather, it dances on the palate. Long and energetic it delivers what I think is the quintessential character of Pinot Noir-based wines, namely, flavor without weight.
96pts, Michael Apstein, Wine Reviews Online.
A perfume of black cherry, blackberry, cinnamon, and mocha is delightful. Mid-weight plus in heft with husky flavors of black cherry and boysenberry underlain with a smoky thread. Silky smooth in texture with impressive balance.
92pts, The Prince of Pinot.
The 2019 vintage was mild and damp, with rain in July, August, and September. This moderate season meshed nicely with a medium-sized fruit set. A large fruit set would have yielded wines of mild and subdued characteristics , but the smaller crop in this year ensured that all the fruit ripened beautifully, and the 2019 wines were complex and balanced even in their first year in the bottle. After several years aging, they are dense and supple, with a fruity tension and moderating notes of acidity.