2016 Sauvignon Blanc - Willamette Valley $28
A nose of bright tropical fruits with complex pineapple, passion fruit and citrus flavors, and a long, clean, balanced finish.
2016 Pinot Noir Rosé - Willamette Valley $28
This Rosé is blessed with a bouquet of fresh flowers and just-picked strawberries, with flavors of succulent peaches and red berries.
2013 Pinot Noir - Chehalem Mountains $32
A rich oak base frames hints of vanilla brightened by formidable fruit and the slightest touch of citrus.
2015 Tempranillo - Umpqua Valley $36
This wine pays tribute to Spain's noble grape with savory cherry, plum, leather, and clove.
2015 Malbec - Rattlesnake Hills, Columbia Valley $32 Dark fruit flavors including blackberry, plum and black cherry, tempered with milk chocolate, cocoa powder, leather and hints of sweet tobacco.
2014 Cabernet Sauvignon - Rattlesnake Hills, Columbia Valley $32
Rich and polished with a complex character livened by licorice, pepper, blackberry, and tobacco.
2015 Zinfandel - Rattlesnake Hills $36
Sumptuous, full-bodied wine yields luscious notes of cherry, pepper, plum, boysenberry, cranberry, spice, smoke and a hint of vanilla.
2014 Baco Noir - Umpqua Valley $32 Smooth mélange of cranberry, smoke and oak with a succulent spice finish.
Where we source our grapes
Chehalem Mountains AVA – This AVA combines uplifted sedimentary seabeds, lava flows, and wind-blown silt, resulting in some of the most diverse soils in wine country.
Columbia Valley AVA - Fine, shallow silt loam soils left over from the ice age are the norm here. Sandier soils surround the AVA, but the silt loam on top of the rock and flood formations here provide the perfect soil structure for quality grapes.
Umpqua Valley AVA - Over 150 soil types are derived from a mix of metamorphic, sedimentary and volcanic rock. The valley floor levels have mostly deep alluvial or heavy clay materials, while the hillsides and bench locations have mixed alluvial, silt or clay structures – all typically excellent for wine growing.