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Oregon Wine

Elouan Pinot Noir

Intense structure and vibrant acidity differentiates this cool climate Pinot Noir. This wine is brought together with fruit from three renowned grape growing  regions in the premiere Western Oregon area.

Erath Pinot Noir

Presenting with aromas of marionberry jam, Bing cherry, Pluot and a hint of wintergreen melding with savory meatiness. The juicy palate is packed full of fresh raspberry, huckleberry, and blackberry punctuated by cherry candy and a hint of warm spice. The finish is easy, and oh-so sippable.



 


Firesteed Pinot Noir

Lively with bright acidity, aromas of supple red cherries with a hint of maple syrup waft from the glass.  On the palate this vintage mirrors the nose, showing flavors of pronounced red cherry, as well as red currant and cranberry, with hints of strawberry.



Acrobat Pinot Gris

Acrobat Pinot Gris shines through with bright, crisp flavors. Rose petal elements on the nose highlight aromas of apple, pear and orange blossom. Following the nose are flavors of crisp Fuji apple, pear and minerality. These mingle on the mid-palate, rounding out a medium bodied mouthfeel with nice acidity and a refreshing, bright finish.



Acrobat Pinot Noir

In the glass, there is a garnet-colored center with bright ruby edges. The nose has rich, fruit-forward aromas of bright Bing cherry and raspberries, with hints of cinnamon and baking spices. The palate echoes with ripe strawberries and dark chocolate up front, followed by earthy and spicy notes of forest floor and clove. A lovely medium-bodied pinot noir with fine-grained tannins and refreshing acidity, expect this wine to age beautifully through the next decade.



A to Z Oregon Pinot Noir

A vibrant, complex nose opens with floral, stone fruit and berry aromas - rose petal, violet, pomegranate, plum cherry, raspberry, black currant, boysenberry - that deepen with spice and wood notes - cinnamon, white pepper, thyme, vanilla, cedar, sandalwood, chocolate. Gentle oak aging adds definition supporting a delicious, harmonious balance between tannin, acid and fruit. A to Z Oregon Pinot Noir is a prime example of the benefits of working with fruit grown in all of the remarkable valleys of Western Oregon.



King Estate Pinot Gris

The nose is a delightful bouquet of honeysuckle, pear, guava, pineapple, jasmine, Meyer lemon and tangerine. The wine impresses from the start with round, juicy white fruit followed by bright acidity that carries through the mid-palate, showcasing more succulent fruit flavors of peach, pear, pineapple and lime with honey and jasmine accents. Softer acidity on the finish gives the wine a freshness that lingers.



Underwood Pinot Noir

Sourcing fruit from vineyards spanning the peaks and valleys of the state, this wine is the perfect everyday refresher. The Underwood Pinot Noir has aromas of ripe cherries, plum and bacon. The palate is filled with sweet cherry, raspberries, and chocolate. This accessible wine is yummy with fine tannins that come together in a fruit laden finish.



Willamette Valley Whole Cluster Pinot Noir

Characterized by the wine making process that focuses on pure fruit expression, the wine opens with aromas of blackberry, cherry and raspberry accented by subtle savory spice and vanilla. Indicative of the warm and even growing season, the palate is rich, coating and leads to juicy flavors that mirror aromas with the addition of dark chocolate and mocha that flow into soft, round finish with balancing acidity. This wine lends itself well to sweet and tangy BBQ dishes, sushi, spicy Asian and Indian dishes, wood-fired flatbreads, gourmet burgers and salmon. Try serving slightly chilled on a warm evening.