All of our wines are crafted with an attention to detail that allows us to impart a minimum level of intervention in the winery. Our grower partners all practice biodynamic and/or organic methods in the vineyard. We take what the vineyard and vintage give us and allow nature to do its thing.
A blended varietal expression of a special vineyard, this wine is also a tribute to a dear friend's courageous struggle with a deadly disease. All proceeds from the sale of Vicis are donated to fund breast cancer research.
Tears of Vulcan! Our most badass label comes to life in a soft cotton T-Shirt.
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The wine is 100% Pinot Meunier from Left Coast Vineyards in the Van Duzer Corridor AVA and Twelve Oaks Vineyard in the Chehalem Mountains AVA. It was 1/3 whole cluster, and aged in 25% new French oak. Intensely pretty, with bright strawberry and rose aromas leaping from the glass, and tart cherry and flint-like stone on the palate. A perfect red wine for summer drinking.
Our crowd-favorite red blend from 2019 the vintage does a beautiful job of conveying a classic, cool Willamette vintage. Bright structure, aromatic fruit, and high-pitched acidity make for a truly versatile wine for all seasons and occasions.
Inspired by the red field blends of the Loire, the Running Bare is a bright and beguiling expression of three unlikely bedfellows in Cabernet Franc, Malbec, and Tannat.
The first wine named in honor of Brianne's son, Viggo, the 'little, golden adored one" captures the radiant treasures hidden away in Herb Quady's Mae's Vineyard.
Oregon's finest Syrah comes from Applegate Valley, and this expression from Mae's Vineyard, co-fermented with 15% Viognier, shows exactly why these sites are making a splash in the domestic scene.
A lovely rosé version of a wine we typically make as a red. 83% Syrah and 17% Viognier direct pressed and fermented in neutral 500 L barrels for 10 months to make a complex and nuanced rosé.
These six wines representing five Oregon AVAs, were all reviewed and scored 92 or 93 points by respected reviewer John Gilman. Drink them now or keep them in your cellar to see how they develop.
A nod to the traditions of Alsace in northeast France, this wine is a co-fermented field blend of five white varietals that thrive in Willamette Valley. It's the answer to any number of wine mysteries, such as "what do you pair with Thai food (or Indian, French, Sushi, Oysters, etc)?"