James Suckling
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Beaux Freres Pinot Noir 'Belle Soeurs' 2021

Product description

Beaux Freres is one of the earliest and now leading wineries in Oregon, founded by Michael G. Etzel, and brother-in-law (“Beaux Freres” in French) wine critic Robert M. Parker Jr in 1986.

Beaux Freres Belles Soeurs Pinot Noir presents notes of bright red raspberry, maraschino cherries, and jasmine tea.

95 Points - James Suckling

An elegant, ethereal and transparent pinot with fresh raspberries, cranberries, red tea, licorice, cardamom and persimmons on the nose. All about the vibrant red fruit, with so much energy and life. Fine, seamless tannins.

95 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

The 2021 Pinot Noir The Belles Soeurs opens from bright orange peel to a deeper core of pomegranate, raspberry, dried earth and botanicals, really blossoming as it spends time in the glass and from day to day after the bottle is opened. The medium-bodied palate balances concentrated, floral flavors, chalky tannins and juicy acidity, and it offers a long, spicy finish with a fan of amaro-like spices. 

94 Points - Wine Spectator

Spirited and precise, with expressive raspberry, garrigue and hibiscus tea tones that build richness and multilayered flavors toward refined tannins.