Our current tasting flight features our 2009 Pinot noir Willamette Valley. It has only gotten better since it was reviewed in 2011. 90 points. “Vivid red. An intensely perfumed bouquet displays scents of raspberry preserves, potpourri and incense, with an exotic spicy overlay. Silky and sweet, offering spicy red berry flavors and a palate-numbing lashing […]
Harvest is coming, and Winter’s Hill is looking for a tractor. During the off season, we purchased a specialized trailer to pull the loaded bins of fruit up from the vineyard to the winery. We are looking forward to bringing the fruit in much more quickly and efficiently, but there is one catch. We need […]
We are getting excited about the coming 2013 vintage, and visitors to the winery are eager to know “Will this be a good vintage?” Our neighbors at Lenné Estate have a great blog post on the dangers of making predictions in Oregon. You can read it here.
August 17 Summer Celebration Celebrate the golden days of summer with Winter’s Hill Vineyard. Enjoy a vineyard tour by wagon (horse and tractor drawn), or stay cool in the cellar while barrel-tasting the 2012 Pinot noir. (Or do both! Why choose just one?) Special Case Sale of our 2009 Willamette Valley Pinot noir. Not regularly […]
The International Wine Cellar just published their annual Oregon Pinot noir Report. Many of Oregon’s best wines were reviewed, and we were pleased with the rating and description of our 2010 Pinot noir Dundee Hills Estate: “90 pts. Pale red. Red berries, rose oil and blood orange on the fragrant nose. Juicy and precise, with […]
Russell had the pleasure of discussing the 2012 Vintage with the good people over at My Wine Words. Here’s how it went.