"Medium ruby-red. Aromas of blueberry, mint and pepper. Juicy and intense but on the lean side, showing more perfume than real depth to the lively dark fruit and herb flavours. The tannins here are surprisingly suave for a vintage that involved "a lot of hand-wringing in the vineyard," leading me to believe that this wine will gain with its last months of barrel aging and time spent in bottle."
(89-92) points, International Wine Cellar, May/June 2013
"Underwood is fast-becoming one of Oregon’s best values in Pinot Noir. Light and pretty raspberry fruit gains mass and flavour interest with well-integrated veins of stem and earth. It’s nicely balanced and true to variety."
87 points, Wine Enthusiast, Dec 2013