It took three years, but our favorite Oregon Pinot Noir is BACK!!!
Few, if any, producers make a better Willamette Valley Pinot than BTF.
From Eric Asimov of The New York Times to Wine Spectator's Top 100 list, Big Table Farm has been singled out as a name to know.
On more occasions than we can count, the winery has been featured as a pioneer in Oregon's Willamette Valley.
If you want a rock-solid Pinot Noir, don't hesitate. It is exceptional!
Warmed cherry turnover, fig preserves, and cigar tobacco leaf on entry. The first sip reveals chai spice, wild elderberry, dark plum, and sassafras. Balanced and bold, with expressions of quince paste, huckleberry, dark chocolate, and a hint of bourbon cask, you are carried through to a velvety, lingering finish.
With an ever-expanding and loyal fan base, we have sold out of this artisanal Pinot Noir in each of the past five years. Their farm-to-table practices are the foundation of this elegant wine.
With so much demand from locals "in the know," barely any makes its way out of Oregon.
You cannot go wrong pairing this farm-to-table Pinot with some of your favorites, from grilled salmon to sauteed mushrooms to rotisserie chicken.