Graham's Block 7 is our oldest block in the vineyard. A beautiful blend of Pommard and Wadenswil clones, the wine is intense and red-fruit focused. The 2017 vintage of Graham's block is resplendent with dark and dusky fruit.
Graham's Block 7 is our oldest block in the vineyard. A beautiful blend of Pommard and Wadenswil clones, the wine is intense and red-fruit focused. The 2015 vintage was warm, and the wine is balanced and expressive.
Crafted with fruit from a variety of growing sites, it is a reflection of the perfect terroir in the Willamette Valley. The warm, dry growing season led to ripe fruit and concentration that is perfectly balanced.
This unique variety hails from the most northern part of Italy and is a distant relative of Pinot Noir, though they couldn’t be more different. Our rows of Lagrein are planted at the warmest spot of the vineyard.
Fruit hailing from Block 1, which is named for the cataclysmic Missoula Floods. Aromas of marionberry, Bing cherry and black currant mingle with fresh earth, wet stone, sage and baking spice. Robust and savory.
This intriguing and unique Italian varietal grows on the warmest spot on the estate. Intense color, earthy, dark-fruited and plenty of texture, this is definitely one to try with a variety of hearty dishes.
Planted to 100% Pommard clone on one of the oldest plantings on the estate, the Parsons’ Ridge block always produces wines of character. Its unique location allows for different expressions of the same grape.
Crafted from Block 1 fruit and named for the road that runs adjacent to this section of the vineyard, this is a very lovely, easy-sipping Pinot Noir that offers layers and complexity with a long finish
Crafted from a curated barrel selection from the best vineyard sites each year. The blocks are fermented and aged separately, and then assembled after maturation to create a wine worthy of the "reserve" distinction.
Planted with 100% Pommard clone and one of the oldest plantings on the estate, the Parsons’ Ridge block always produces wines of complexity and character. This wine is nicely balanced with plenty of fruit and spice.
The name comes from a shortened version of "house of Marchesi" in Italian. Crafted from a blend of eight Pinot Noir clones from Rudy Marchesi and his wife's home farm, this is a limited and special offering.
Sourced from the amazing Tidalstar Vineyard in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA, this Pinot Noir presents darker fruit flavors and aromas mixing with hints of coffee and baking spice, all presented with age-worth structure.