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94/100 - "The first estate vineyard in the Nicolas-Jay joint venture is Bishop Creek, located in Yamhill-Carlton AVA and planted on its own roots in 1988 and 1990. Jean-Nicolas Meo and his Oregon winemaker Tracy Kendall have produced a winning result in 2018, with ripe red and black cherry aromas, a hint of spice, and a texture that is lovely, rich, and dense but not heavy. This wine shows well now but will certainly age for at least a decade. Drinking Window 2021 - 2031"
Decanter. Blind tasted by Charles Curtis MW (at Oregon, 31 Jul 2021) Part of Oregon Pinot Noir: top producers to know and wines to try
Domaine Nicolas Jay
Vinous - 2018 Pinot Noir Bishop Creek, Nicolas Jay
Bright violet. Powerful, oak-spiced cherry and blackberry scents, along with suggestions of incense, star anise, vanilla and musky sassafras. Alluringly sweet and expansive in the mouth, offering intense red and dark berry preserve, cherry cola and spicecake flavors and building smokiness. In a pretty primary state right now. Closes impressively long and gently chewy, with slowly building tannins and repeating spice and dark fruit notes. 50% new French oak. - Josh Raynolds, Feb. 2022
James Suckling - 2018 Pinot Noir Bishop Creek, Nicolas Jay
Complex aromas of cherry stones, blueberries, wild plums, lemon zest, wet earth and dried spices. It’s medium-bodied with tight-grained tannins. Tight and refined. Better in a year or two. Unfiltered. Drink from 2022. - James Suckling, Aug. 2021
|Abfüller:||Domaine Nicolas Jay, 1002-A North Springbrook Road, 97132 Newsberg, USA|
|Importer:||Domaine Méo-Camuzet, 11 rue des Grands Crus, 21700 Vosne-Romanée, Frankreich|