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Seufert Winery

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A boutique winery located in Dayton, Oregon, specializing in vineyard-designated Pinot Noir. 2,000 cases are produced from vineyards including Bishop Creek, Coleman, Hawks View, Johan, Momtazi, Oak Springs, Sunnyridge, and Yamhill. The owner and winemaker is 4th generation Oregonian Jim Seufert.

The wine country urban warehouse winery and tasting room is open Tues-Sun 11:00-5:00. 415 Ferry St, Dayton. 503-864-2946,

Reviewed Wines

2009 Seufert Winery Bishop Creek Vineyard Yamhill-Carlton District Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

13.5% alc., $30. · Medium reddish-purple color in the glass. Bright aromas of fresh black cherries with the slightest hint of herbal oak. Mid weight core of earth-kissed black cherries backed by firm, fine-grain tannins and offering a flavor packed, lush and lengthy finish. Very good. Reviewed May 11, 2012 ARTICLE »

2009 Seufert Vista Hills Vineyard Dundee Hills Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

13.6% alc., $35. · Moderately light reddish-purple color in the glass. Complex array of aromas including red cherries, spice, oak, pine, and sandalwood. Soft in the mouth with a core of red cherry flavor accompanied by a savory mushroom, pine and herbal accent. An interesting farm-driven wine with silky tannins and easy drinkability. Good. Reviewed May 11, 2012 ARTICLE »

2006 Seufert Winery Reserve Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

13.9% alc.. · Moderately dark reddish-purple color in the glass. Ripe fruit aroma profile that takes some coaxing to emerge. Delicious and substantial core of black cherries, black raspberries and plum sauce supported by husky tannins. Bright acidity brings the fruit into focus and balances the tannins, and contributes a citrus toned berry finish of some length. A thoroughly enjoyable drink that beautifully reflects the warm vintage, displaying its good points (ripe, luscious fruit) without its bad qualities (high alcohols, over ripeness). Reviewed May 11, 2012 ARTICLE »