Shocked and humbled to learn that both 2013 and 2014 vintages of Bells Up’s Titan Willamette Valley Pinot Noir received 91-point scores from the reviewers at Washington Wine Blog and International Wine Report (2013 here and 2014 here)!
Highlights from the reviews of the 2013 Titan:
“…aromas of crushed wet rock, creosote, red currant and red cherry with Asian spices. There are flavors of cran-cherry, red raspberry, rose petals, Mandarin orange rind and suggestions of guava puree…. Silky and seductive, this feminine style Pinot Noir wine will cellar beautifully…”
Highlights from the reviews of the 2014 Titan:
“….aromatics of red raspberry, cola, ripe strawberry and cranberry sauce. There are plush flavors of red cherry, red raspberry, teaberry, blood orange and crushed wet gravel. Like the 2013 bottling, this shows wonderful elegance and its feminine side despite coming from a warm vintage. The winemaking here is excellent…”
Washington Wine Blog was founded by Dr. Owen Bargreen, who also serves as executive editor. A clinical psychologist with a private practice in the Seattle area, he’s also a Level 2 Sommelier from the Court of Master Sommeliers. Bargreen is joined by associate editors Dr. Stephen Lee, a dentist who splits his time between Seattle and Portland, and Dr. Jae Hong, a Seattle-based oral surgeon and Level 1 Sommelier from the Court of Master Sommeliers.
Also edited by Bargreen, International Wine Report is an independent media source for free, in-depth wine reports, wine reviews and wine tasting notes.
Although both the 2013 and the 2014 Titan were produced in limited case quantities of 163 and 128 respectively, we still have a decent amount of both in stock. As of our last inventory count on February 20, 2017, there were 40 cases of 2013 Titan remaining, and 71 cases of the 2014 Titan. We are now accepting orders for our spring 2017 shipping window, so we encourage you to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503.537.1328 today to reserve your bottles of these special wines.