SOURIS, PINOT NOIR

Our tête de cuvée, this wine honors the marriage between great fruit and meticulous cellar work. Old vines, abundant yet restrained, this wine personifies the idea of the iron fist in the velvet glove. $42

WHISTLING RIDGE, PINOT NOIR

The shallow sedimentary soils of Ribbon Ridge imbue the wines of this vineyard with elegant fruit, high toned spice and savory herb layered over bright acids and firm tannins. The most old-world of the single vineyard Pinot Noirs, Whistling Ridge is the slowest to develop but wonderful from the cellar. $36

DURANT VINEYARD, PINOT NOIR

Old vines, volcanic soils, and fastidious farming imbue this wine with delicate yet energetic fruit. Subtle spice and great tension between acid, tannin and texture define this world-class wine from the Red Hills of Dundee. $39

BISHOP CREEK VINEYARD, PINOT NOIR

Yamhill Carlton AVA, 24 year old own-rooted Pommard and Wadensville vines. The oldest soils in the Willamette Valley, shallow sedimentary topsoil over uplifted ocean floor, produce the darkest most intense of the single vineyard wines. Intense blue-black fruits and earth intertwine with muscular tannins.

HOMMAGE, PINOT NOIR

A reserve cuvee chosen from select lots to honor the Oregon wine community and our regional style. In any great wine region, there will be people inspired to care for those vineyards and the wines born from them. We bottle Hommage to thank those people who saw our passion and encouraged us to join their ranks. $27

LAZARUS, PINOT NOIR

Our first release every vintage, the Lazarus cuvee is blended from each of the vineyards. It highlights the terroirs of the Willamette Valley and gives the first look at the nature of the vintage. All of our vines and fruit are handled with similar focus and vigilance, so this wine represents tremendous value. $21

DEUX VERT VINEYARD, FOOL’S JOURNEY, SYRAH &VIOGNIER

From the Willamette Valley’s fist planting of Syrah, this cool climate, low alcohol wine will redefine your idea of the possibilities of new-world Syrah. If you like your Syrah French, here is a kindred but one of a kind wine from Oregon. $30

White Wines

RICHARD’S CUVEE, CHARDONNAY

From Whistling Ridge Vineyard, this wine is our version of Meursault. Very shallow soils give mineral intensity, transparent golden fruit, and citrus acidity leading to a long, dry finish. $42

WHISTLING RIDGE BLANC

Co-fermented from Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, and Gewurztraminer vines. The incredibly shallow soils at Whistling Ridge imbue this wine with transparency, minerality, and weightless power. A mélange of fruit flavors, it’s the minerality that sets it apart. $24

CAPRICE, PINOT GRIS & PINOT BLANC

Oregon’s summers are beautiful and brief, so we take our patio wine seriously. Harvested from a single planting, in 1995, of Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris, co-fermented, and aged 18 months before release.

PINOT GRIS

Never more than a few hundred cases, this micro-production showcases the beautiful mineral nature of the shallow sedimentary soils of the Whistling Ridge and Bishop creek vineyards. Bright, fresh, pear, lime blossom, hints of hazelnut, and a saline note. $17

CLOVER, RESERVE PINOT GRIS

Pinot Gris in the style of white Burgundy, from the older vines at the highest point of the vineyard. Fermented in neutral wood, then aged for 15-17 months on the lees. $23

 

DURANT VINEYARD, CHARDONNAY

Planted in the volcanic soil of the Dundee Hills, these twenty year old vines produce the counterpoint to the Richard’s Cuvee. Linear and mineral in nature, this is reminiscent of great Macon chardonnay. $27