“Elizabeth Chambers is going to be one of the most sought after producers in Oregon.”

Jon Rimmerman, Garagiste
November 2014

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“I could light all of the 4th of July firework analogies possible but they still wouldn’t capture the tinder spark and sky high/explosive complexity that await the taster once they ignite the fuse of this bottled black cat of Pinot Noir.”

Jon Rimmerman, Garagiste
July 1, 2015

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“If you are looking for a complex/complicated bottle of Pinot Noir that you can pull from the cellar with confidence (when guests arrive with/without vinous knowledge), this 2012 single vineyard offering from Elizabeth Chambers is one of the more complete and layered bottles of domestic Pinot Noir you will come across.”

Jon Rimmerman, Garagiste
August 16, 2015

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“Let’s put it this way, the 2012 Lazy River from Elizabeth Chambers will knock your socks off – plain and simple. It expands and grows (literally in the glass) with layer upon layer of succulent red fruit and sap-laced mineral tone. Think of this as a 2012 Oregon Pinot Noir luftballon with Nena dancing in the background.”

Jon Rimmerman, Garagiste
October 24, 2015

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Winemaker’s Cuvee

2012
91 Points – September 2015

2012
Oregon Wine Awards (2015) – Gold
Josh Raynolds, Vinous – 90 Points

2011
An elegant 2011 vintage…spicy and delicate, made in a style more restrained and transparent than that of Panther Creek.” – Katherine Cole, The Oregonian

Super feminine in nature and style with elegant soft tannins and vibrant acidity…really lovely.Julia Crowley, Food & Wine Editor, Snooth

Peppery, piquant, pensive, pithy & above all, pretty.  – 1 Wine Dude Serious Wine Talk

Quite impressive and very distinctive.   – now and zin wine

A special occasion wine worth every penny.  – OnMilwaukee.com

Extremely TastyPortland Tribune

The wine exudes silky and smooth textures in the mouth with mild tannins, mild oak influence, and excellent acidity. — Mary Cressler, Vindulge

Rating: Excellent. …redolent with cranberry, cherry and cola, and includes touches of moist earth and saddle leather.Andy Perdue, Great Northwest Wine

Overall this wine feels exceptionally elegant yet somehow also relaxed, poised but easygoing, and truly lovely. — Delectable

This is no wimpy wine, soft and elegant and very well balanced.  – Richard DiGiacomo, Examiner.com

Reminiscent of the great French Burgundies that started the Pinot craze in America.  – The Augusta Chronicle

It is an extraordinarily elegant and balanced wine.Gayot.com

Exhilarating and thought-provoking.Winethropology

Pinot Gris

Sunset Magazine’s International Wine Competition (2015)
Best of Class, Gold – 2013 Pinot Gris

WineSpectator

Freedom Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

2012
94 Points & Editor’s Choice – August 2015

2011
91 Points – August 2015

2012
90 Points – September 2015

Oregon Wine Awards (2015)
Gold – 2011 Freedom Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

Josh Raynolds, Vinous
93 Points

Lazy River Vineyard Pinot Noir

Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir

Wine Enthusiast

WineSpectator
2012

Josh Raynolds, Vinous – 90 Points

Temperance Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir

WineSpectator

Josh Raynolds, Vinous
91 Points

Oregon Wine Awards (2015)
Gold – 2012 Winemaker’s Cuvee Pinot Noir