First impressions matter.

2012 is our first vintage and we know this is our only chance to make a good first impression. To celebrate our inaugural release, Chapter 24 Vineyards is pleased to offer "first impression" pricing for all our wines.

DRINK. THINK. DELICIOUS.

THE FIRE

Retail Price: $60

Plus tax and shipping

THE FLOOD

Retail Price: $60

Plus tax and shipping

THE LAST CHAPTER

Retail Price: $90

Plus tax and shipping

FIRST IMPRESSIONS: WINE & SPIRITS MAGAZINE JUNE 2014

"THE LAST CHAPTER" PINOT NOIR • 96 points

"The Last Chapter" is the tête de cuvée from Chapter 24, a project between Mark Tarlov and Louis Michel Liger-Belair, with Mikey Etzel making the wine. From multiple vineyard sources representing both volcanic and sedimentary soils, this wine’s initial scents of ripe black cherry and plum hint at the palate’s potential richness. And yet the wine isn’t so much rich as mouthfilling. A saturating and delicious presence that mimics richness, this bursts with exuberant fruit on the finish, then quietly recedes. This wine feels in every sense complete — calm and placid, with a succulence gently occupying every corner of the mouth.

FIRE + FLOOD PINOT NOIR “THE FLOOD” PINOT NOIR • 94 points

This wine is a blend of four vineyards, all from the sedimentary (“Flood”) soils series found in the Willamette Valley. A vibrant purple, there’s a dark cherry thrust to the aroma, adorned by a touch of nori. The flavors are more demonstrative — dark and blue, rippling, pure, saturating, they reach the edge of your mouth the way color reaches the edge of the glass. In its texture the wine is at its most seductive, the purity of fruit held in place by a skidding, gravelly grip. Delicious now, it will deepen further with cellar time.

FIRE + FLOOD PINOT NOIR “THE FIRE” PINOT NOIR • 93 points

Suave and mineral, this wine is blended from vineyard sources representing the volcanic “Fire” soils of the Willamette Valley. It’s more red-fruited than its counterparts, with scents of cherries, cedar, sassafras and forest floor. A tannic component to the texture girds the wine while serving as a springboard, keeping it high-toned and elegant. A long-ager, it will reward the patient.