It's last call on the 2019 vintage of Colene Clemens Margo, one of the most impressive Oregon Pinot Noir's we've found this year for under $40 a bottle. Since 2005, Colene Clemens has been one of the top wineries, matching the elegance and terroir of Willamette's Chehalem Mountains AVA with classic aromas of rich red and black fruit, baking spice and a palate featuring a core of rich blackberry and blueberry preserves. Winemaker Stephen Goff, previously at Beaux Frères, has been in command since 2006, and has remarkably been the only winemaker they've had in 15 years. High marks for consistency as the Margo has back-to-back 94 point ratings in the Wine Spectator, matched only by their Top 100 Dopp Creek. Less than 20 cases available of their 94 Point Wine Spectator rated vintage!
"Shows a simmering intensity beneath a polished texture as this red unfurls crushed stone, raspberry and hints of tarragon. Builds richness and tension toward medium-grained tannins. Drink now through 2030." The Wine Spectator, 94 Points