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Beaux Freres

Beaux Freres is located in the northern Willamette Valley, one of Oregon’s prime Pinot Noir regions. The winery includes 23 acres of vineyards planted mostly to Pinot Noir though there is also some Grenache. Founded in 1991, the winery is one of Oregon’s most admired Pinot producers. It is also noteworthy because one of the owners is the influential wine critic Robert M. Parker Jr. Beaux Freres means “brothers-in-law” in French and the idea for the winery originally came from Parker’s brother-in-law Michael Etzel, who is the winemaker and managing partner. A third partner is Robert Roy. Though Parker’s Wine Advocate scrupulously does not review the wines or write about Beaux Freres, other reviewers give the wines excellent ratings.

2017 Beaux Freres Belles Soeurs Cuvee Ribbon Ridge Pinot Noir

Light label condition issue

WS  94   
VN  91-92   
2 available
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2001 Beaux Freres The Beaux Freres Vineyard Pinot Noir

Light capsule condition issue; light label condition issue

WS  92   

2012 Beaux Freres The Upper Terrace Pinot Noir

WS  97   
VN  94+    
6 available
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