A carefully constructed blend of Pinot Noir from different geographical areas and soils from within the Willamette Valley appellation. This results in a bright and attractive, vivacious wine that is destined to please.
Aromas of Kirsch, tobacco, spice, a hint of jalapeño and a subtle whiff of bay leaf guide the senses to the palate of pomegranate, cran-cherry cocktail, cigar box and exotic coriander. This complex wine develops over time.
Grown on the highest part of the estate vineyard, the roots of the Pinot Noir vines from which this wine is made dig deep into volcanic soil. This provides richness and complexity along with age-worthy grip.
The Keeler family farms a 25-acre, certified Biodynamic vineyard, offering truly special fruit that is a lovely reflection of the Eola-Amity Hills terroir. Old world charm meets new world style in this Pinot Noir.
This may be the last we see from this vineyard block. In their twighlight, these vines are creating the best wine in their history. Full of blueberries and chocolate highlighted with rich, earthy structure and a superb finish.
The Parsons' Ridge site is on a saddle of the vineyard where the Pinot Noir vines face two different directions, resulting in numerous expressions of the grapes. We ferment lots separately then finesse and blend for the final wine.
The 2013 Cataclysm is a youthful and layered Pinot Noir. Winemaker Stephen Webber describes this wine as waiting to blossom. It’s great now, but holds much promise for the future. Enjoy now on special offer.
Scents of ripe cherry, mushroom and cedar, with hints of tobacco and cocoa nibs coming through slightly. Savory herbs, notably sage, intermingle with a slightly darker version of Parsons’ customary Bing cherry.
Block 1 has some of the most mineral-rich soils on the estate vineyard due to the cataclysmic Missoula Floods that occurred 12,000 years ago. This wine is a selection from some of the most expressive barrels from this block.
This unique variety, which hails from the Dolomite region of Northern Italy, is characterized by its distinctively intense aromas. Its namesake is from a traditional method of cultivation on wire harnesses, or “tirelles.”
This dry style Pinot Gris begins with aromatics of bright citrus and tropical fruit that lead to a firm foundation of apple, mango and a hint of savory and spice on the palate, finishing crisp and bright.