"Beautiful light garnet color, brilliant clarity. The mouthfeel is soft and supple, tannins are very fine and elegant. Aromas of pomegranate, asian spice and blood orange peel dominate the nos... Read More
Located at 800 feet elevation in the Van Duzer Corridor, the break in the Coast Range that allows cool ocean wind to flow into the Eola-Amity Hills. This block was planted in 1982 to own-roote... Read More
In the Eola-Amity region, the vines grow on shallow volcanic soil called 'Nekia'. The shallow soils and cooler windy growing area combine to produce Pinot Noir with a darker fruit profile, and... Read More
"Vivid red color. Musky cherry and red-and blackcurrant on the nose, with smoked meat, pungent herb and driedfloral qualities adding complexity. Bitter cherry and blackberry skinflavors are sh... Read More
"The 2009 Pinot Noir Summum Seven Springs Vineyard was raised in 40% new oak but was otherwise treated the same as its siblings except for the choice of vineyard parcels and clones. It offers ... Read More
What a difference a year or more can make. This has matured exceptionally well.
Kind of wild nose full of nuanced diesel, candlewax, pineapple, apple stem, and herb notes with hints of stones... Read More
All the grapes were grown in the Northern Willamette Valley, 58% at Hyland Vineyard, McMinnville, 23% at Sunnyside Vineyards, Salem, 10% at Vitae Springs Vineyard, Salem and 9% at Amity Vineya... Read More