Open Bottle Thursday!

Thursday, November 18, 2021

Time: 04:00pm - 07:30pm

Type: Wine Tasting

Location: The Wine Cabinet

Event Free


(All purchases must be accompanied by a credit card.)


 from the Caymus Family of winemakers


   Willamette Valley, Oregon

Once again, The Wagner Family shows why they are the premier winemaking family of the west coast. 

Perfect for Thanksgiving!

Move over Belle Glos, This wine is just as just outstanding!

Yes it pairs perfectly with Turkey and Ham!

92 Points Tasting Panel 

"Missoulan Wash” refers to the Ice Age–era floods that exposed volcanic and sedimentary soil in Oregon’s northwest corner.
Aged eight months in new and used French oak, this bold and graceful Pinot Noir from winemaker Joseph Wagner grew in that well-drained terrain and clearly benefited from the cool climate.
Notes of slate and deep plum are sumptuously integrated with dried violets, sweet tobacco, and blackberry as well as 
tannins that evoke espresso and dark chocolate."


90 Points Wilfred Wong

"The 2017 Elouan Missoulan Wash Pinot Noir Reserve shows up with excellent strength from start to finish.  This wine firm and lasting on the palate.
Enjoy its aromas and flavors of ripe berries and wood with grilled lamb chops." 


Our Thoughts...............

Rich, dark crimson red, lush and layered notes of cranberry, strawberry jam and pomegranate mix with aromas of cocoa and spice.
Elegant, bright and textured with notes of cassis, strawberry and cherry with hints of allspice and bacon. Rich and balanced with refined tannins.
Food Pairing; Roast turkey, bacon-stuffed mushrooms, cranberry-glazed beef tenderloin and chocolate-covered strawberries with your favorite person.

Elsewhere at $44.00

Our Regular price $39.99

Special Sale Price 

$28.00 a bottle

$150.00 for six $25.00 )

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About the vintage…..
 A warm, wet winter across the Northern Coastal Valley brought about early bud break. The warmer weather persisted into spring and encouraged rapid vine growth. A late-July cooling period that continued into September helped to regulate the fruit’s sugar development and maintain acidity. Harvest was completed by the end of September and the resulting wines show beautiful color, excellent depth, solid structure and firm acidity.
What's a Missoula? 
The Missoula Floods (also known as the Spokane Floods or the Bretz Floods) refer to the cataclysmic floods that swept periodically across eastern Washington and down the Columbia River Gorge at the end of the last ice age. The glacial flood events have been researched since the 1920s. These glacial lake outburst floods were the result of periodic sudden ruptures of the ice dam on the Clark Fork River that created Glacial Lake Missoula. After each ice dam rupture, the waters of the lake would rush down the Clark Fork and the Columbia River, flooding much of eastern Washington and the Willamette Valley in western Oregon. After the rupture, the ice would reform, creating Glacial Lake Missoula again.