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.
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.
From inside these seasoned barrels comes a divine nectar reminiscent of raspberry, chocolate, truffle oil and orange zest. Fortified with Brandy made from our Pinot Noir grapes, this is a rich dessert wine.
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.
Our Oregon version of an Italian red blend, we've married 34% Lagrein, 27% Sangiovese, 16% Nebbiolo and 13% Teroldego with 10% Pinot Noir to create this smooth, delicious, extremely food-friendly wine.
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.
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.
Made in the style of an ice wine, this dessert wine offers a nose rich in honey and sweet spices. The palate is a blend of very ripe pinapple, candied apricots and oranges with a good balance between sweetness and acidity.
LIBRARY SELECTION: This is the last we see from this vineyard block, and these vines created the best wine in their history. Full of blueberries and chocolate highlighted with rich, earthy structure and a superb finish.
LIBRARY SELECTION: A great example of Pinot from the northwestern Willamette Valley. The garnet color introduces a bright aroma of raspberry, black cherry and cedar with hints of spice, sandalwood and dried cherry.
LIBRARY SELECTION: Savory herbal flavors, notably sage, intermingle with a deeper version of Parsons’ customary Bing cherry. Chocolate and tobacco notes will increase over time as the fruit recedes a bit.