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.
This small-production wine is crafted of estate Sauvignon Blanc (40%) and Pinot Gris (60%). These grapes offer pretty aromas, bright fruit flavors and refreshing acidity. Food-friendly and easy-drinking.
A versatile crowd pleaser with intensely fruit-forward aromas, a fresh and clean palate bringing lively and mouthwatering acidity. All Pinot Gris grapes for this wine are from our Biodynamic and organic estate.
The best of both worlds in this delicious Riesling. Finished mostly dry, with a hint of sweetness - just under 1% residual sugar - with balanced acidity. This wine is sippable, as well as very food-friendly.
Each block of estate-grown Pinot Gris is individually harvested and fermented, allowing us to find the best block each year for "Roulette". Block 5 proved to be the best in 2018 for this luscious Pinot Gris.
Müller-Thurgau is rare in the United States and a dry Müller is even more unusual. Head Winemaker, Stephen, loved this grape when he worked in Alsace and loves crafting this wine in the Willamette Valley.
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.
Müller-Thurgau is not often found in Oregon, more prevalent in the Alsace region. Head Winemaker, Stephen, fell in love with the grape when he worked in the region and loves crafting his own unique varietal expression.
We have several blocks of Pinot Gris on the vineyard, which we ferment individually. Each year one block stands out, meriting its own Reserve bottling. Like the game of Roulette, we never know which block will shine.
A Chardonnay characterized by restraint, elegance and structure. Light barrel characteristics balance the bright fruit flavors and acidity presented by the grapes hailing from Tidalstar Vineyard in Yamhill-Carlton.