The 2014 Coast Range Estate opens up with herbal notes, forest floor, blueberries, and cedar. Fresh herbs are balanced out by rich cherries on the nose. The palate is a heightened version of the nose showcasing ample notes of blueberries, Herbs de Provence, cedar, and soft mushroom tones. The tannins are strong, yet polished - almost chewy. Aged 16 months in French oak, this wine has great complexity and will surely stand to age for some time. The wine is a classic, showcasing the best of both worlds that Oregon Pinot has to offer: beautiful new world fruit balanced perfectly with old-world charm.