Small acreage, premium Jory soils and breathtaking views for inspiration. Our goal is to make wines as beautiful
as the site they were grown on.
We planted our two acre vineyard to six different clones of pinot noir, seeking to build complexity into our finished
wines with Dijon clones (777, 667, 115, 114), Pommard and Wadenswil.
Add to that Oregon's famed Jory soils and a site situated at 800 feet above sea level and you have a recipe for pretty
wines that deliver floral aromatics, a palate of bright red fruit and spice, and a streak of refreshing minerality.
The professionals who help us bring this vision to life are vineyard manager Luis Hernandez and winemaker Todd Hamina.
Both are dedicated craftsmen who have worked with some of Oregon's best known and most respected growers/producers.
Like a lot of people, we simply fell in love with the wine country lifestyle. We were seduced by Oregon pinot noir
and the challenge of growing our own. Our family's passion took us from bare land to bottle, and now we have the pleasure
of sharing it with you. Try some
and let us know how we are doing.