95 points Decanter
"The south-facing Sisters Vineyard in the Dundee Hills, planted in 1987 to UC Davis clones of Pinot Noir, ripens fruit well to give a full expression to ripe black cherry fruit with hints of violets, mineral, earth, and spice. Even in a warm year such as 2018, the wine retains a lovely freshness; the colour is not exaggerated, and the tannins are silky and very fine. This wine drinks well enough now, but it should be a real knockout with a bit of age."
95 points Vinous
"Limpid ruby-red. A highly complex bouquet evokes ripe red fruits, incense, candied flowers, musky earth and exotic spices. Stains the palate with finely detailed bitter cherry and red currant flavors that steadily turn sweeter and deeper through the midpalate. Shows outstanding clarity and mineral cut on the gently tannic finish, which hangs on with superb, floral-driven tenacity."
93 points Wine Enthusiast
"This vineyard, the lowest estate site, is now 40 years old and planted to Pommard and Wädenswil clones. It makes a very pretty wine loaded with fresh raspberry fruit flavors and limned by lemony acidity. There is a touch of mushroom in there, and though this leans toward the elegant side of the grape, the tannins add a bit of muscle to the finish. As with almost every Eyrie wine this should continue to evolve and improve over the next decade and longer."