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Our Wines

Wine can be purchased through our tasting room, phone, fax, or e-mail.
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Went through full malolactic fermentation and was aged in 100% neutral oak. Full bodied on the palate; it has ample ripe savory layered fruit with an excellent finish.


   2015 Pinot Gris Bronze Astoria Seafood and Crab Fest. Bronze medal First Taste of Oregon   $15   $240

Estate Wine Country Farm Pinot Noir

Planted in 1970, on its own root stock. Pommard Varietal. Dark Jory soil. Wet and cold year.Silver medal NW Wine Festival 2015. 

  $30   $420
   2013  Estate Wine Country Farm Pinot Noir

The fruit-forward nose from this warm vintage offers hints of cherry jam on toast, backed by black currant with raspberry. That profile continues with bright and round flavors of high-toned red fruit, a dusting of cocoa powder, modest tannins and juicy acidity as a touch of currant skin lingers in the finish.
Planted in 1970, on its own root stock. Pommard Varietal. Dark Jory soil.  Warm and dry year. "Excellent" Great Northwest Wine.
  $30   $420
   2013  Estate Summit Vineyard    Aromas of toasted almond, milk chocolate, macerated cherry and fresh-cut red bell pepper. Across the palate, intense dark cherry flavors are joined by cassis. The delicious midpalate hits on moderate tannins with long-lasting Montmorency cherry juice acidity.

Planted in 2006, on its own root stock. Pommard varietal. Light Jory soil. Warm and dry year. "Excellent" Great Northwest Wine.
  $30   $420

Russell Grooters Vineyard Pinot Noir 

The fruit is from vines planted in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA in 2003.

The fruit is from a 777 Dijon Clone on Riparia Glore rootstock. The aromas casts hints of Bing Cherry, President plum, Simpkins Blackcurrant Travel Sweets and ground mustard. Those cherry and currant tones come through on the palate with pleasing balance as the tannin management shows finease within in a bigger stlye of Pinot Noir. "Excellent" Great Northwest Wine.  Silver medal Oregon Wine Awards 2015. Gold medal NW Wine Festival 2015.

 158 Cases $30   $420
   2014  Estate Wine Country Farm Pinot Noir   Aromas of cherry cola, plum skins, pomegranate, toast and smoky leather lead to Dundee Hills tones of bright red fruit flavors. Strawberry jam, raspberry and pomegranate give this many of layers of easy enjoyment with delicious acidity. Bronze Medal Astoria Seafood and Crab Fest. Outstanding Great Northwest Wine. Silver medal NW Wine Festival. Silver medal First Taste of Oregon.   $30   $480
   2014  Estate Summit Vineyard Pinot NoirThis release made possible by Jory soil offers aromas of baked Bing cherry pie, cola, cocoa powder and vanilla. Its creamy and rich structure brings flavors of plum jam, a midpalate of plump red currant and a long finish of bittersweet chocolate and raspberry juice. Excellent Great Northwest Wine.   $30  $480
   2014  Russell Grooters Vineyard Pinot NoirIts light cherry color doesn't mislead, bringing aromas of dusty Bing cherry, plum juice and mint. Inside the structure is juicy, bright and balanced with Rainier cherry, raspberry and a pinch of fresh sage for complexity. Outstanding Great Northwest Wine. Cellar Select Oregon Wine Press. Silver NW Wine Festival. Silver medal First Taste of Oregon.   $30   $480
   2015  Late Harvest RieslingStarts with a lovely nose of apricot jam, lavender, honey, and burnt cream. It's pleasant and sweet with flavors of baked apricot, poached pear andnougat. The structure is not syrupy, and the combination of pear skin and tangerine pth balances the residual sugar (14%) rather nicely. Gold Medal Astoria Seafood and Crabfest. Gold Medal Newport Wine and Seaffood. Excellent Great Northwest Wine. Bronze medal NW Wine Festival. Cellar Select Oregon Wine Press.   $25   $360