Saturday, June 8th
Roosevelt Club Dinner
Elk Cove Vineyards
Deadline to RSVP : May 1st
5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
1859, Oregon's Magazine, profiles Adam Campbell, one of Oregon's Next Generation Winemakers.
2011 Pinot Noir Mount Richmond
2012 Pinot Gris
2012 Pinot Blanc
elcome to Elk Cove Vineyards, one of Oregon's oldest and most respected wineries. We've been making wine since 1977, and it shows! Elk Cove has won many awards and the critic's acclaim as well.
Family owned and operated, winemaker Adam Godlee Campbell joined forces with his parents in 1995 to continue producing outstanding Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, and now Pinot Blanc!
Adam and his dedicated staff invite you to visit us and find out for yourself why we say “true quality is timeless.”
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2010 Clay Court: 93 Pts. Top Oregon Wines "Light and sleek, with appealing raspberry, cherry and delicately meaty flavors, mingling effortlessly against a light veil of tannins as the finish lingers. Drink now through 2018. " Wine Spectator Insider (February 1, 2013)
2010 Five Mountain: 92 Pts. "Light and lively, with expressive raspberry, clotted cream and mocha flavors that mingle harmoniously as the finish glides on. The tannins are polished, and the flavors emerge easily. Drink now through 2018." Wine Spectator Insider (November 2, 2012)
2010 Willamette Valley: 97 Pts. Best Buy. Oregon's 50 Best Wines. "This beautiful, inexpensive pinot delivers what fans around the world think of as a classic Oregon version, with bold aromatics of black cherry and truffle that seem to jump right out of the glass. From one of Oregon’s pioneering wineries—boasting a legacy of nearly four decades of great wine." Portland Monthly (October 1, 2012)
2010 La Bohème: 92 Pts. "Sexy, spice-accented aromas of raspberry, cherry and lavender, with mocha and cola notes. Gently sweet black raspberry and floral pastille flavors lifted by a touch of bitter orange peel. Fine-grained tannins add grip to the long, penetrating finish. " Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar (July 31, 2012)
2009 Shea: 93 Pts. "Ripe and round, this is supple in texture and expressive in flavor, displaying currant and plum fruit against hints of roasted meat and toasted herbs. Finishes with finesse. Drink now through 2019." Wine Spectator (April 30, 2012)
2009 Old School: 92 Pts. "Supple, generous, complex and distinctive, offering cherry, black tea, tobacco and smoke notes in expressive balance. Finishes with refinement and impressive length. Best from 2013 through 2019." Wine Spectator Insider (February 8, 2012)
2010 Willamette Valley: 90 Pts. Best Buy. "One of Oregon’s 50 Best Wines. With scents of sweet pear and almonds, fresh acidity, and flavors of baking spice and ripe peaches that linger on the palate, Elk Cove’s 2010 estate pinot gris is a definite crowd pleaser." Portland Monthly (September 30, 2011)
2010 Willamette Valley. America’s Best Undiscovered Wines — "Why Pinot Blanc is hardly known and Pinot Gris is practically inescapable is a mystery beyond the scope of this column. In fact, it’s even more mysterious when you consider how good this juicy, full-bodied white is." Food & Wine (February 28, 2012)
2012 Willamette Valley: 92 Pts. Year's Best. Wine & Spirits (August 1, 2013)