Cool-Climate Biodynamic and Organic White Wines
Oregon's Willamette Valley is an ideal site for growing cool-climate, aromatic white varieties, much like Northern Alsace in France. We have a passion for white varietals, such as Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Gewürztraminer, Müller-Thurgau and Riesling. Ranging from dry to sweet as well as in between, these wines have broad appeal.
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Mouthwatering and multi-dimensional, this perennial crowd pleaser is a blend of our favorite cool-climate whites. Eminently versatile, this aromatic blend displays bold fruit and vivid flavors, balanced by a clean, bright finish.
The 2019 Almost Dry Riesling is a beautiful example of the well-defined characters found in this variety, and a harmonious balance between acid and sugar, with classic flavors found in this grape holding true in this wine.
Seven distinctive blocks of Pinot Gris can be found on our home vineyard. Each is harvested and fermented separately, then artfully blended to create the best expression of the wine. This Gris is bountiful, fresh and crisp.
Vivacé is a sparkling wine with a fragrant nose of orange blossom, lemon, lime, honey and a hint of ginger while the exuberant palate features juicy green apple, ripe melon, lime zest and citrus confectionary.
The 2017 Reserve Gewürztraminer is a dry expression of an aromatic favorite. This is a classic aromatic Gewürztraminer made in an Alsatian style with our own Biodynamically-grown estate fruit.
Crafted in an Alsatian style from fruit grown on our Biodynamic estate, this is a dry Riesling, perfect with spicy fare or as an aperitif. Bright and uplifting, with characteristic acidity nicely balanced with some sweetness.
Each block of our estate-grown Pinot Gris is harvested and fermented separately, enabling us to select our standout lot for this special bottling. This is a dry wine with tropical, fruit-forward notes.
The best of our estate-grown Pinot Gris selected for the Roulette. Each block is individually harvested and fermented with allows us to find the best block each year. Block 5 proved to be the best in 2018 for this luscious Pinot Gris.
This orange wine, so named for its lovely coral hue, is the result of leaving Pinot Gris on its skins for 24-36 hours, then pressing and later blending in clay amphora-fermented Muscat.
Oregon Chardonnay offers a unique expression of this popular grape - forget big, oaky, buttery Chardonnay. These wines tend to be lighter and more fruit-forward. This is a food-friendly wine but also lovely on its own.