Argyle In PaperCity Magazine, November 15, 2023

Over the years Argyle has helped put Oregon Sparkling Wine on the map. Easily one of the great producers of sparkling wine in North America. I first visited this tasting room in 2002 and I can testify that what was one a small, unpretentious cabin used for tasting is now one of the most beautiful structures for tasting wine in OregonThe end of 2023 is nigh, and that means a number of great happenings will unfold before the calendar turns to a new cycle of days and nights…

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Argyle in The Press Democrat, October 10, 2023

Nate Klostermann is the winemaker behind our wine of the week winner — the Argyle, 2022 Rosé of Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon, 12.5%, $22, 4.5 stars. Tangy red fruit of strawberry, raspberry and watermelon is buoyed by bright acid. With a hint of tangerine, this rosé finishes crisp. (Argyle Winery)

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50 Best wines of 2023, Vinepair, November 15, 2023

“Founded in 1987, Argyle is one of the essential estates in the Dundee Hills sub-appellation of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Though it makes both still and sparkling expressions of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Argyle is most known for its precise, single-vineyard sparkling expressions, like this Blanc de Blancs. It has a rich nose with aromas of apricot, lemon zest, and almond biscotti. These notes are lifted on the palate by bright acidity and a delicate mousse.”

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Pushing the Boundaries

U.S. sparkling wine producers add innovative bottlings to the lineup
Wine Spectator
December 31, 2021
Tim Fish

“[2010 Extended Tirage Brut] is a mature and luxurious wine, with notes of apple, orange zest and caramelized almond.”

Rating: 93 points

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Wine Enthusiast Advance Buying Guide – Dec. 2021

In the December issue of the Wine Enthusiast Advance Buying Guide, Paul Gregutt writes that: “Argyle is the leader in releasing traditionally made Oregon sparkling wines with extra time en tirage,” and that the 2010 Argyle Extended Tirage Brut (94 Points) “shows exceptional complexity,” adding that “the freshness of the wine is impressive.” He wrote that the 2017 Argyle Brut Rosé (92 Points) has “lovely aromas,” the 2019 Argyle Nuthouse Chardonnay (92 Points) is “seductive,” “invigorating” and “delicious,” and the 2015 Argyle Spirit Hill Vineyard Blanc de Blancs (91 Points) has “vibrant acidity” and “will age indefinitely.”

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2020 Argyle Rosé of Pinot Noir

Great Northwest Wine, 5 July 2021

Rating: Excellent

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Chardonnay: A Most Versatile Grape

The Aspen Times website, 25 June 2021

[2019 Argyle Nuthouse Chardonnay] is a solid example of just how delicious a single vineyard Chardonnay from the Eola-Amity Hills in Oregon’s Willamette Valley can be.

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New white wines to try based on the ones you already love

Washington Post and SF Gate website, 18 June 2021

“I’ll never say no to glass of Argyle from Oregon…”

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Better Wines at Better Prices Due to a Global Glut

Forbes, 14 June 2021

Here, then, are some wines coming in right now that offer excellent quality at moderate prices.

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Leslie Sbrocco’s Recommendations for Rosés for Summer Sipping

San Francisco Bay Times website, 10 June 2021

As a fan of Willamette Valley wines, I adore this [2020 Argyle Rosé of Pinot Noir] grown in the high elevations of the Eola-Amity Hills.

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