Sustainably Crafted Wines From the Willamette Valley
Explore the Willamette Valley through our selection of wines. As one of the country's largest producers of estate wines made from Biodynamic® grapes, we take great pride in our sustainable growing and winemaking practices. Farming over 200 acres of Biodynamic and organic vineyards, we craft exceptional Pinot Noir, cool climate whites and fascinating Italian varietals.
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.
The Reserve Pinot is 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.
Sangiovese is the primary grape variety used in Chianti. We love working with this fruit sourced from a notable growing site in Washington to create our own interpretation of an Italian favorite.
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.
Crafted from Block 1 fruit and named for the road that runs adjacent to this section of the vineyard, this is a very amenable Pinot Noir: an easy sipper, but is definitely still complex and layered.
Graham's Block 7 is our oldest block in the vineyard. A beautiful blend of Pommard and Wadenswil clones, wine from this block is intense and red-fruit focused. The 2015 vintage was warm, and the wine is balanced and expressive.
Scents of cherry, mushroom and cedar, with hints of tobacco and cocoa nibs coming through slightly. Savory herbs intermingle with a slightly darker version of Parsons’ customary Bing cherry.
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.
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.
An intriguing array of fruit-driven aromas and an equally fruit-filled and zesty palate characterize this unusual northern Italian varietal. Grown on our estate, this is an approachable and interestingly delicious wine.
Winemaker Stephen Webber transports us to Alsace with this classic expression of Pinot Gris made from seven blocks on the estate. This refreshing wine is fruit forward with satisfying richness, yet clean and dry on the finish.