2017 Rosé of Pinot Noir Now Available!

It’s time to stock up on Rosé for the spring and summer! The 2017 Rosé is tasting delicious and it’s ready to go home with you. This bright zesty rosé is highlighted on the nose with grapefruit, tangerine, candied strawberry, rose petal and toast. The palate opens on the front with watermelon, cherry and wet […]

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2011 Pinot Noir Paired with Lamb Chops

We are bringing our 2011 Pinot Noir out of the cellar for you to enjoy. The 2011 vintage was our toughest growing season, and we did not begin picking until the last week of October, which makes it our latest harvest on record. This cool vintage Pinot Noir is known for a light body and […]

93 Points 2015 Pinot Noir Reserve

“A selection of the finest blocks in the Estate Vineyard. After 12 months of aging, 11 barrels were chosen that best represented the 2015 vintage. · Moderate garnet color in the glass. Deep aromas of dark red cherry and berry with a bit of savory herbs. An elegant, mid weighted style, offering the essence of […]

95 Points 2015 Pinot Noir Block 10-Whole Cluster

“100% whole cluster fermented. · Moderate garnet color in the glass. Dramatic aromatics that excite including scents of black cherry, black raspberry, rose petal and exotic spices. My notes say, “Oh-man!” Equally seductive on the palate, with mid weight unctuous flavors of black cherry and black raspberry immersed in exotic spices. Noticeably different texturally from […]

PinotFile 2017 Pinot Noir All-Americans

We are excited to announce our 2014 Pinot Noir Dundee Hills made it into PinotFile’s 2017 Oregon Value Priced Pinot Noir All-Americans list with a score of 90 points. Most of the wines submitted for review to the PinotFile are in the premium or ultra premium category and cost more than $40. As a result, […]

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