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Cascadia Chardonnay
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“Cuvée du Tonnelier” Pinot Noir
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“Evelyn’s” Pinot Noir
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“Les Dijonnais” Pinot Noir
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Press

General Press for Brick House Vineyard

“On This Oregon Trail, Pioneers Embrace Organic Wine” – The New York Times

“Experience pays off with 2011 Oregon Pinot” – San Francisco Chronicle


Brick House Les Dijionnais Pinot Noir

San Francisco Chronicle

Top 100 Wines

The New York Times

The New York Times

Allen Meadows’ Burghound.com

2002 Pinot Noir – Les Dijonnais: (from vines planted in 1995 with Dijon clones # 113, 114, 115 and 777 – 275 cases produced). This is an elegant, pure and delineated wine from start to finish with gorgeously spicy aromas of plum, raspberry and subtle earth hints that merge into sweet, delicious and impressively precise flavors displaying outstanding length. This is less obviously ripe than many ‘02s reviewed here with impeccable balance and sufficient underlying structure to suggest at least 10 years of potential. Highly recommended. 91/2009+

2006 Pinot Noir – Les Dijonnais: (from vines planted in 1995 with Dijon clones # 113, 114, 115 and 777 – 14%). A moderately somber nose of briar, earth and more deeply pitched red berry fruit aromas merge into rich, complex, round and solidly concentrated flavors that display a bit of wood influence on the sappy, dense and mouth coating finish that deliver impressive length. This has good vibrancy and fine overall volume and while there is a trace of warmth, if the serving temperature is kept reasonable, it is almost invisible. 91/2012+

Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

92 points
The 2007 Pinot Noir Les Dijonnais is 100% Dijon clone bottled 6 months after the Cuvee de Tonnelier in March 2009. The bouquet displays sandalwood, violets, mineral, spice box, and assorted red fruits. More structured than its sibling, it has plenty of layered, ripe, savory fruit, excellent balance, potential complexity, and a long, pure finish. Drink it from 2011 to 2019.

Doug Tunnell decided to lower the prices of his current releases. The result is several exceptional values that are noted in the Under $25 section of this report. The above 3 wines are outstanding.
-Jay Miller

Wine Spectator

1998 BRICK HOUSE Willamette Valley Les Dijonnais Score: 93
Aromas and flavors swirl elegantly but with plenty of power in reserve.

“And then comes the key: ‘The challenge in 2007, unlike 2006, was to ripen the fruit!’ Those who met the challenge bottled some fine stuff. Among 2007s I reviewed earlier (and have been published), Beaux Frères Ribbon Ridge The Beaux Frères Vineyard (91, $80) is typical of the good ones: ‘Light and fragrant, with a silky core of raspberry and strawberry fruit, shaded with loamy earth and green olive notes.’ So is Brick House Les Dijonnais (91, $39): ‘Light in color and texture, feeling silky and tasting of pomegranate, currant and plum, with hints of loamy earth and rose petal on the polished
finish.'”


Brick House Evelyn’s Pinot Noir

Wine Enthusiast

95 Points – Editor’s Choice
“Honoring winemaker Doug Tunnell’s mother Evelyn, this reserve bottling is a blend of barrels and clones, and yields the most concentrated of the Brick House 2011Pinot Noirs.

Cherry blossom scents give way to a solidly built wine with firm fruit flavors of plum and boysenberry preserves. A hint of pretty chocolate shines through the extended finish, bolstered with pitch-perfect tannins.”

– P.G.

Wine Spectator

Brick House
Pinot Noir Ribbon Ridge Evelyn’s 2006
92 points | $59 | 175 cases made | Red
Firm in texture and generous with its cinnamon-accented dark berry, cherry and espresso flavors, expanding beautifully on the long, expressive finish. Drink now through 2016.—H.S.

Brick House
Pinot Noir Ribbon Ridge Evelyn’s 2008
94 points | $55 | 300 cases made | Red
Dark and focused, this isn’t dense, but it’s intense with black cherry, blackberry, licorice and black tea flavors, mingling harmoniously as the finish gains momentum against polished tannins. Drink now through 2020. —H.S.

2011 Evelyn's

2012 Evelyn's


Brick House Cuvée du Tonnelier Pinot Noir

Wine Spectator

1998 BRICK HOUSE Willamette Valley Cuvée du Tonnelier Score: 93
Beautifully polished. Currant, blackberry, licorice and black tea aromas and flavors.

Brick House Cuvee

Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

91 Points
The 2007 Pinot Noir Cuvee de Tonnelier is 100% Pommard clone. Medium ruby-colored and super-fragrant, it displays aromas of cinnamon, clove, iron, cherry, and raspberry. This leads to an elegant, medium-bodied, sweetly fruited wine with succulent flavors (not so easy to achieve in 2007), good acidity, and a lengthy finish. Drink it from 2010 to 2017.

Doug Tunnell decided to lower the prices of his current releases. The result is several exceptional values that are noted in the Under $25 section of this report. The above 3 wines are outstanding.
-Jay Miller


Press for Brick House Cascadia Chardonnay

Wine Spectator

Brick House
Chardonnay Ribbon Ridge Cascadia 2009
91 points | $34 | 240 cases made | White
Light and satiny, weaving its tobacco-scented pear and Meyer lemon flavors through a refined structure that lets them float through the finish unhindered. Drink now through 2015.—H.S.

Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

91 Points
The 2007 Chardonnay, from a superb vintage for the Willamette Valley’s white wines because of the vibrant natural acidity, is light gold-colored with an enticing nose of honey, tropical fruits, and mineral. This is followed by a medium-bodied, creamy-textured wine with layered, rich fruit, impeccable balance, and a lengthy, pure finish. It is likely to evolve for 1-2 years and drink well through 2014.

Doug Tunnell decided to lower the prices of his current releases. The result is several exceptional values that are noted in the Under $25 section of this report. The above 3 wines are outstanding.
-Jay Miller