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90 points

Alchemist 2011 Chardonnay (Willamette Valley)

Sourced entirely from the Carabella vineyard, this offers a pleasing blend of citrus, pineapple and pear fruit, with a backing of honey-laced lemon tea. It’s delicious and ready to drink.  — P.G.   Published 12/1/2013
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89 points

Alchemist 2010 Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

The 2010 vintage brings a substantial boost in price for the Alchemist Pinot, along with a significant drop in alcohol. It still represents good value, with plenty of grip and depth. The strawberry fruit is entwined with an herbal note that suggests thistle, both in good proportion. An interesting bottle.  — P.G.   Published 6/1/2013
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88 points

Alchemist 2011 Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

Good vineyard sources and a flavorful mix of raspberry, cranberry and rhubarb characterize this aromatic and spicy Pinot Noir. Well-balanced and lightly herbal, it finishes with medium length and should be consumed over the next 3–5 years.  — P.G.   Published 12/1/2013
87 points

Alchemist 2008 Pinot Noir (Dundee Hills)

Alchemist is a new offering from the Union Wine Company, producers of the Kings Ridge wines. Chewy and complex, the Alchemist Pinot weaves together cherry fruit, graphite, tomato leaf and rich loam, finishing with a hint of bitter baker’s chocolate.  — P.G.   Published 4/1/2010
86 points

Alchemist 2009 Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

Given its modest price and weighty alcohol, this wine should find many admirers. Thick and tannic, it could pass for a heavier red than Pinot Noir, and it offers bulky, rustic fruit flavors, with some heat on the finish.  — P.G.   Published 6/1/2012