Torii Mor is one of the old guard in Oregon, with vines first planted in 1972, and later using the winery to showcase the grapes at Olson in 1993. The winery is right on Dundee Hills, just up the road from Dundee on 99W. Once you get off Worden and on to gravel roads, its surprising to find them back there. Same thing about Lange, which isn't far away. They're up to 15,000 cases now, which is a lot of wine, but like all wineries in the area, the difference between their entry level and upper end stuff is profound.
I haven't had these exact wines, but the others I've had usually taste a bit overextracted, gamey, or forest floor-like. But I've also had some older Torii Mor (mid-90s), and the wine stands the test of time, especially with the upper end offerings like these vineyard designates.
I'm frankly surprised they even make the Olalla. Surrounded by such amazing grapes in Dundee, they must be bringing these grapes all the way from the hills west of Winston in the Umpqua Valley for a reason. We're talking 3-4 hours in the truck, one way. Umpqua wines usually have a more rich jammy fruit quality instead of mushroom earthy profile of Dundee, due to the hotter weather in the Roseburg area. But because of this warmer weather, they weren't subject to the same late season moisture issues that rotted grapes left and right in the upper Willamette in 2007. Check out the vineyard right here.
Hawks View is north of Dundee, at the very north end of the Chehalem ridge. Grapes on this side grow in cooler, slightly more moist conditions. This vineyard is much larger (take a look). Siduri makes a designate from this vineyard, and I'd describe it as light, but focused earthy tones. But if you love rich, long, full fruit in your Pinot, this may fall just a touch short.
All in all, a good value. And like all 2007s, time is showing us that in the hands of a skilled winemaker, the 2007s are some of the best around. While the 2008s are very good, the skill required to make good Pinot was much lower due to quality fruit, so 2007 really shows us who's got the chops. Tardy has a long reputation of delivering world-class Burgundian-style Pinot. Give it a shot.