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#51 Post by Jeff Wilkinson » March 29th, 2020, 7:45 pm

Popped open a bottle this afternoon and thoroughly enjoyed it with the 85 degree temps for late March in Charlotte. I found it to be very refreshing and agree with Nate's post above - much more enjoyable cool rather than cold. I highly recommend, especially at this price!

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#52 Post by z_hart » March 30th, 2020, 3:32 pm

Ordered a case of Muscat. You had me at 'dork wine'.
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#53 Post by Ian H » April 6th, 2020, 4:55 pm

Just found the Quarantine Relief Thread (things have been busy!)...better late than never. Just put in an order for some Muscat.
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#54 Post by Patrick T a y l o r » April 8th, 2020, 6:57 pm

Jim Anderson wrote:
March 17th, 2020, 11:53 am
Art R wrote:
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Are you out of the Muscat? or do I need humiliation?
No, sir. I think you are better off with the former than the latter. Actually, right now it is a bit like we run a winery and a Muscat museum. Too bad. It is a delicious, simple little wine.
I had to call in my order. They were gentle to me.
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#55 Post by Jim Anderson » April 8th, 2020, 8:01 pm

Patrick T a y l o r wrote:
April 8th, 2020, 6:57 pm
Jim Anderson wrote:
March 17th, 2020, 11:53 am
Art R wrote:
March 17th, 2020, 11:51 am
Are you out of the Muscat? or do I need humiliation?
No, sir. I think you are better off with the former than the latter. Actually, right now it is a bit like we run a winery and a Muscat museum. Too bad. It is a delicious, simple little wine.
I had to call in my order. They were gentle to me.
They’re the best. I am fortunate to have been able to assemble a ridiculously qualified rock-star team deep in experience within and passion for selling Oregon wine. Honestly, it blows my mind sometimes who works at PGC.
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#56 Post by JonathanG » April 8th, 2020, 8:31 pm

Popped a muscat tonight. Freaking great stuff! Exactly what I needed on a wednesday night during lockdown. Nice and simple, balanced. Amazing how light the color is also. Well done.
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#57 Post by Jim Anderson » April 9th, 2020, 11:04 am

JonathanG wrote:
April 8th, 2020, 8:31 pm
Popped a muscat tonight. Freaking great stuff! Exactly what I needed on a wednesday night during lockdown. Nice and simple, balanced. Amazing how light the color is also. Well done.
Thanks. I am glad this wine has found a niche here. I love it and will be sad to it go when at some point in the future when we sell through the 2018. That could be years from now though, or until I finish drinking it myself!
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#58 Post by Patrick T a y l o r » April 9th, 2020, 5:08 pm

Jim Anderson wrote:
April 9th, 2020, 11:04 am
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April 8th, 2020, 8:31 pm
Thanks. I am glad this wine has found a niche here. I love it and will be sad to it go when at some point in the future when we sell through the 2018. That could be years from now though, or until I finish drinking it myself!
I'm thinking you will sell through the 2018 on January 27th, 2021.

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#59 Post by z_hart » April 10th, 2020, 10:56 am

z_hart wrote:
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Ordered a case of Muscat. You had me at 'dork wine'.
Ordered placed on March 30th and the wine arrived today (April 10th). Super fast processing, packaging and shipping. Much appreciated!

I opened a bottle as soon as I opened the package. Even at room temp, it was delicious. Easy drinking, nice floral aromas with some peach and apricot. Initially feels sweet but finishes dry. Perfect wine to drink by the pool or to start off the evening. Don't let 'Muscat' turn you away; if this wine was labeled "Sauvignon Blanc" it would be a huge hit.

Kudos for the great wine at a great price.
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#60 Post by Jim Anderson » April 10th, 2020, 11:59 am

Drinking some now. Great morning wine.
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#61 Post by Nate Simon » April 10th, 2020, 8:42 pm

z_hart wrote:
April 10th, 2020, 10:56 am
z_hart wrote:
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Ordered a case of Muscat. You had me at 'dork wine'.
Ordered placed on March 30th and the wine arrived today (April 10th). Super fast processing, packaging and shipping. Much appreciated!

I opened a bottle as soon as I opened the package. Even at room temp, it was delicious.
That’s the thing with this wine. Clearly shows best at cool room temp, not cold.

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#62 Post by Mike Reff » April 11th, 2020, 10:39 am

So I snagged a 2017 Patricia Green at my local wine shop, great wine, nice complexity. I take it there is still some Pinot left?
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#63 Post by mattcitrang » April 11th, 2020, 10:52 am

Mike Reff wrote:
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So I snagged a 2017 Patricia Green at my local wine shop, great wine, nice complexity. I take it there is still some Pinot left?
Which bottling was it?

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#64 Post by Mike Reff » April 11th, 2020, 10:56 am

Just the reserve, which is bottling of many barrels that do not get bottled. For the QPR, it is a no brainer. Had this against Cloudline, served blind, tasted and drank over two hours. The PG was much better than the Cloudline.
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#65 Post by mattcitrang » April 11th, 2020, 12:11 pm

The reserve is always a good performer. I’ve been buying PG since ‘06 and have always been satisfied. Customer service is the best, to boot.

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#66 Post by Jim Anderson » April 11th, 2020, 4:15 pm

Appreciate the comments! The Reserve and Muscat have been quite popular as of late. Nice and thanks given wholesalers are simply not purchasing (understandably) right now.
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#67 Post by PaulaC » April 12th, 2020, 9:03 am

Thanks Jim. I'm excited to try the Muscat. My order arrived on Friday and we picked it up yesterday from storage. I'm planning to do a virtual happy hour with friends to share the wine. I'm dropping off bottles this week and we'll do happy hour this coming Friday.
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#68 Post by Jim Anderson » April 13th, 2020, 5:41 pm

PaulaC wrote:
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Thanks Jim. I'm excited to try the Muscat. My order arrived on Friday and we picked it up yesterday from storage. I'm planning to do a virtual happy hour with friends to share the wine. I'm dropping off bottles this week and we'll do happy hour this coming Friday.
Very cool. Hope it’s a big hit!
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#69 Post by dsGriswold » April 15th, 2020, 5:44 pm

Order in for a case of Muscat.
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#70 Post by Jim Anderson » April 15th, 2020, 9:00 pm

I’ve seen, obviously, other wineries offering up a new round of wines. No question as to why that’s relevant. We have not because I have not wanted to do some other random Pinot case/offer. We are bottling wines next week, mostly 2019 Sauvignon Blancs, and I thought I might do something with that. There is also a lone barrel of 2018 Hyland Coury Clone Pinot Noir that we didn’t include in the Hyland bottling. We could offer that up as well. How would folks feel about that? I hate feeling like this is a wheel and deal site. Just wanting to work with people, especially now. Feel free to just email me.
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#71 Post by John O' » April 16th, 2020, 3:28 am

Ordered a case. First order since the Berserker Cuvee's, which I thought were terrific. So much wine, so little time.
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#72 Post by James Lyon » April 16th, 2020, 4:53 am

Jim Anderson wrote:
April 15th, 2020, 9:00 pm
I’ve seen, obviously, other wineries offering up a new round of wines. No question as to why that’s relevant. We have not because I have not wanted to do some other random Pinot case/offer. We are bottling wines next week, mostly 2019 Sauvignon Blancs, and I thought I might do something with that. There is also a lone barrel of 2018 Hyland Coury Clone Pinot Noir that we didn’t include in the Hyland bottling. We could offer that up as well. How would folks feel about that? I hate feeling like this is a wheel and deal site. Just wanting to work with people, especially now. Feel free to just email me.
I would be interested in the 2018 Hyland Coury Clone Pinot Noir. Any additional details?

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#73 Post by sdfruman » April 16th, 2020, 6:48 am

James Lyon wrote:
April 16th, 2020, 4:53 am
Jim Anderson wrote:
April 15th, 2020, 9:00 pm
I’ve seen, obviously, other wineries offering up a new round of wines. No question as to why that’s relevant. We have not because I have not wanted to do some other random Pinot case/offer. We are bottling wines next week, mostly 2019 Sauvignon Blancs, and I thought I might do something with that. There is also a lone barrel of 2018 Hyland Coury Clone Pinot Noir that we didn’t include in the Hyland bottling. We could offer that up as well. How would folks feel about that? I hate feeling like this is a wheel and deal site. Just wanting to work with people, especially now. Feel free to just email me.
I would be interested in the 2018 Hyland Coury Clone Pinot Noir. Any additional details?

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I would as well. I'm always interested in something unusual, especially from you.
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#74 Post by Jim Anderson » April 16th, 2020, 7:26 am

James Lyon wrote:
April 16th, 2020, 4:53 am
Jim Anderson wrote:
April 15th, 2020, 9:00 pm
I’ve seen, obviously, other wineries offering up a new round of wines. No question as to why that’s relevant. We have not because I have not wanted to do some other random Pinot case/offer. We are bottling wines next week, mostly 2019 Sauvignon Blancs, and I thought I might do something with that. There is also a lone barrel of 2018 Hyland Coury Clone Pinot Noir that we didn’t include in the Hyland bottling. We could offer that up as well. How would folks feel about that? I hate feeling like this is a wheel and deal site. Just wanting to work with people, especially now. Feel free to just email me.
I would be interested in the 2018 Hyland Coury Clone Pinot Noir. Any additional details?

James
Ok, here’s the thing. Even when you feel like you know what you’re doing and have a decent history sometimes you just run into things while making wine that are just weird or unexplainable. And sometimes you do things in response to the weirdness that really doesn’t make any sense either and it works. Every winemaker here has some stories about wines that were fine that went bad and then were fine again. Sometimes they did something, sometimes they didn’t. Example: a couple of years ago right before racking to bottle a barrel of Balcombe Vineyard, Block 1B snowed signs of some serious oxidation. Hadn’t before and there was no logical reason it should have at that point. However, a long thief that could get wine from the middle of the barrel showed that the stuff below the first several inches was fine. Racked until we started to pull into the oxidized part then racked the oxidized wine (about 25 gallons) into a small topping tank. I added some ridiculous amount of SO2 to it (literally like 100 ppm which is crazy) just to see what would happen. It sat in the corner of the winery through harvest. When we finally wound things up I went to go deal with it (dump it). Tasted it and it was not only fine it was as good as the regular bottling of Block 1B. We bottled it up and passed it out to employees. There was no reason the wine should have been oxidized and no reason a massive dose of SO2 would un-oxidize it.

The barrel of Hyland we left out all of a sudden last summer turned bitter. Like burnt walnut sort of bitter. You literally couldn’t drink it. No explanation. It was in a once filled barrel that hadn’t been empty for some long time. The wine had been just as good as the other 11 barrels up until it finished ML. I asked other winemakers to taste it and no one had any idea what it was. Ran an extensive lab test on it. Zip. Perfectly normal numbers. So, put it in a topping tank and nailed it with SO2. It’s been there for 7 months now. And, of course, it’s fine. At least last time I tasted it which, admittedly was 2 months ago. I’ll taste it when I get into the winery. We’re bottling next week. If it’s fine I’ll let folks know and we can put it up here as some special deal.
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#75 Post by Jim Anderson » April 16th, 2020, 9:46 am

Yeah, it’s quite fine. No explanation at all. I would say that if we were just going through the original 12 barrels I might still pull this one because at $75/bottle you better be pretty f-ing picky but it wouldn’t necessarily be the most obvious call.

I think we can do something here although I will need to think about it. This really isn’t pop and pour sort of stuff. The Hyland bottling is pretty intense and definitely among the more tannic wines we produce (not unusual for McMinnville AVA). I remember a little push back on the initial Berserker Cuvée about it not being a completely put together wine and the point was people were treating a +$40 Pinot like the $19 price point it was selling at. This is even further afield. Much further actually. The initial offering we did were wines that I thought people could reasonably open in the here and now and be pleased with. I’m pretty sure this does not fit the bill for some folks and I want to be upfront about what folks would be getting.
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#76 Post by JonathanG » April 16th, 2020, 9:25 pm

I'd be happy to buy some, sit on it for 10 years, and give feedback then. I have more than enough PnP wine. I need stuff for the longer term. Sign me up too.
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#77 Post by PeterH » April 16th, 2020, 9:43 pm

Jim,
When the Kelly Fox offer came out, some of us were immediately attracted to the Hyland Coury. We are not expecting a quaffer.
I think WV wine making has progressed to the point that experienced drinkers trust that the winemaker has set a wine on the correct trajectory. The trick is to intercept it at the right time.
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#78 Post by Patrick T a y l o r » April 16th, 2020, 10:43 pm

Jim Anderson wrote:
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I remember a little push back on the initial Berserker Cuvée about it not being a completely put together wine and the point was people were treating a +$40 Pinot like the $19 price point it was selling at.
I don't know why anyone would push back on the 2013 Berserker Cuvée. It was exactly as advertised. I thought it was drinkable early on, with some air/temp manipulation. But it has evolved into something quite excellent. I bought 1.5 cases and am down to my last two bottles.
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#79 Post by Adam Frisch » April 16th, 2020, 10:45 pm

It's funny you mentioned that story of bitterness Jim, because I have the same problem, but still ongoing. I did a semi-obscure Portuguese variety in 2018 called Tinta Caõ. It was a pretty late pick, certainly more full-body than I tend to want to do. Decided to go with its rustic-ness, rather than fight it it and try to make it dainty. So, decided to let it sit on its skin for a month. As expected, it was a huge tannic monster with lots of bitter notes. OK, no problem, tends to settle down within 6-months or a year... It's now almost 2 years old and still no sign of chilling down. Now, I actually think it drinks OK, but I like bitter notes to a certain degree. But to release this as is would not be a crowd pleaser.

So there she sits, hoping she will mellow out eventually.
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#80 Post by JonathanG » April 17th, 2020, 7:58 pm

Just ordered 2 more cases of the Muscat. My prior order has been disappearing at a frightening pace. It has become our go-to wine for midday on weekends and for those Tuesday nights when you just need something to take the edge off. Absolutely love it. Pity it's not being made anymore. May have to go full on Covid-19 hoarding mode on this one and put in a 3rd order before its all gone!
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#81 Post by dsGriswold » April 18th, 2020, 12:31 am

Mine arrived today and quarantined a couple days in the garage. Wife says "where you goin' to put it?" I says, "It's for you!"
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#82 Post by Jim Anderson » April 19th, 2020, 8:11 am

JonathanG wrote:
April 17th, 2020, 7:58 pm
Just ordered 2 more cases of the Muscat. My prior order has been disappearing at a frightening pace. It has become our go-to wine for midday on weekends and for those Tuesday nights when you just need something to take the edge off. Absolutely love it. Pity it's not being made anymore. May have to go full on Covid-19 hoarding mode on this one and put in a 3rd order before its all gone!
We have one more vintage to go! We made it in 2018 as well. The wine basically tastes the same each vintage so even if we run out of the 2017 the transition into the 2018 would essentially be unnoticeable.
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#83 Post by z_hart » April 20th, 2020, 1:31 pm

JonathanG wrote:
April 17th, 2020, 7:58 pm
Just ordered 2 more cases of the Muscat. My prior order has been disappearing at a frightening pace. It has become our go-to wine for midday on weekends and for those Tuesday nights when you just need something to take the edge off. Absolutely love it. Pity it's not being made anymore. May have to go full on Covid-19 hoarding mode on this one and put in a 3rd order before its all gone!
Agreed! I just ordered another case of the Muscat as well.
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#84 Post by Robert M yers » April 26th, 2020, 6:35 pm

Ordered a six pack of the muscat!

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#85 Post by Abbie S. » May 6th, 2020, 4:17 pm

I am loving the Muscat. I just ordered another case. The first case is disappearing quickly...
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#86 Post by mattcitrang » May 6th, 2020, 4:31 pm

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I am loving the Muscat. I just ordered another case. The first case is disappearing quickly...
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#87 Post by JohnCummings » May 9th, 2020, 12:26 pm

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I am loving the Muscat. I just ordered another case. The first case is disappearing quickly...
+10
In for two cases after realizing only one bottle of the 6 is left!
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