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Eola-Amity Hills
Elevation
450 feet
Cases
135

The polygon within our vineyard in Eola-Amity is incredibly special due to its high amount of medium-weathered red and black basalt within its structure. This layer is surrounded by topsoil and thin alterite above and vertically fractured bedrock below. The nose shows elegant hibiscus and graceful rose petal and rosehip aromas with a hint of root cola and raspberry seeds. The flavors are polished and are indicative of blueberry preserves, bright red cherry, and brilliantly ripe plums. There is also a seamless stone characteristic that is both firm and silky. Explore the soil layers →

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Eola-Amity Hills
Elevation
450 feet
Cases
135

The polygon within our vineyard in Eola-Amity is incredibly special due to its high amount of medium-weathered red and black basalt within its structure. This layer is surrounded by topsoil and thin alterite above and vertically fractured bedrock below. The nose shows elegant hibiscus and graceful rose petal and rosehip aromas with a hint of root cola and raspberry seeds. The flavors are polished and are indicative of blueberry preserves, bright red cherry, and brilliantly ripe plums. There is also a seamless stone characteristic that is both firm and silky. Explore the soil layers →

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Chehalem Mountains
Elevation
800 feet
Cases
165

The rocky soil in Chehalem has a distinctive moderately fractured basalt composition and contains three types of basalt; black, red, and white. The white basalt takes its color from volcanic ash while the red shows its pronounced color from oxidation. The nose on this wine is alluring and reminiscent of fresh herbs consisting of subdued mint as well as velvety minerals. The palate is full of wild strawberries, red plums, and muted cranberry. The earthiness is suggestive of wet stones that guide the fruit and allow it to be gently passed over and resurfaced like a mountain stream over rounded pebbles. Explore the soil layers →

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Chehalem Mountains
Elevation
800 feet
Cases
165

The rocky soil in Chehalem has a distinctive moderately fractured basalt composition and contains three types of basalt; black, red, and white. The white basalt takes its color from volcanic ash while the red shows its pronounced color from oxidation. The nose on this wine is alluring and reminiscent of fresh herbs consisting of subdued mint as well as velvety minerals. The palate is full of wild strawberries, red plums, and muted cranberry. The earthiness is suggestive of wet stones that guide the fruit and allow it to be gently passed over and resurfaced like a mountain stream over rounded pebbles. Explore the soil layers →

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Dundee Hills
Elevation
910
Cases
138

This soil structure is composed of thin topsoil, a thin layer of pure alterite, and then an abundance of alterite blended with red and black basalt pebbles. This high level of marbling is the reason for the high quality of the grapes pulled from this polygon. The nose from this wine has floral aspects as well as notes of persimmon and ripe raspberry. It also shows hints of cocoa powder and rich, earthy minerals. The flavors do not hesitate to coat your palate. The warm, sun-ripened red fruits mesh with herbaceous, oily eucalyptus leaves and smooth minerals to provide a well-balanced and sumptuous flavor profile.

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Dundee Hills
Elevation
910
Cases
138

This soil structure is composed of thin topsoil, a thin layer of pure alterite, and then an abundance of alterite blended with red and black basalt pebbles. This high level of marbling is the reason for the high quality of the grapes pulled from this polygon. The nose from this wine has floral aspects as well as notes of persimmon and ripe raspberry. It also shows hints of cocoa powder and rich, earthy minerals. The flavors do not hesitate to coat your palate. The warm, sun-ripened red fruits mesh with herbaceous, oily eucalyptus leaves and smooth minerals to provide a well-balanced and sumptuous flavor profile.

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Dundee Hills
Elevation
900 feet
Cases
150

This soil has a distinctive constitution of pure alteritic basalt, which sits upon a layer of older alterite, marbled with red and black basalt pebbles. The aromas on this wine are reminiscent of dark chocolate cake with perfectly balanced raspberries notes. The flavors of this pinot reflect red raspberry, and perfectly ripe mulberries showing hints of star anise and allspice. This is followed by warm iron minerals that seemingly emerge from the depths to carry you through the finish. Explore the soil layers →

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Dundee Hills
Elevation
900 feet
Cases
150

This soil has a distinctive constitution of pure alteritic basalt, which sits upon a layer of older alterite, marbled with red and black basalt pebbles. The aromas on this wine are reminiscent of dark chocolate cake with perfectly balanced raspberries notes. The flavors of this pinot reflect red raspberry, and perfectly ripe mulberries showing hints of star anise and allspice. This is followed by warm iron minerals that seemingly emerge from the depths to carry you through the finish. Explore the soil layers →

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Eola-Amity Hills
Elevation
340 feet
Cases
303

This soil is full of rocks. It contains black basalt with vertical fractures as well as the occasional occurrence of slow cooling irregularly vesicular basalt. The nose shows hints of licorice with black plums and mulberries. On the palate is a unique blend of black and red fruits coming forth in the form of black raspberries mixed with pomegranate and soft cranberry. The bright palate also exhibits a touch of herbal bay leaf with mellow and smooth minerals. Explore the soil layers →

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SKU: 18RAHOPEWELL
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Eola-Amity Hills
Elevation
340 feet
Cases
303

This soil is full of rocks. It contains black basalt with vertical fractures as well as the occasional occurrence of slow cooling irregularly vesicular basalt. The nose shows hints of licorice with black plums and mulberries. On the palate is a unique blend of black and red fruits coming forth in the form of black raspberries mixed with pomegranate and soft cranberry. The bright palate also exhibits a touch of herbal bay leaf with mellow and smooth minerals. Explore the soil layers →

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Yamhill Carlton
Elevation
550 feet
Cases
313

The soil in the polygon consists of sedimentary and alluvial soil that contains some silt and clay layering as well as volcanic red basalt with horizontal fractures. The nose of this wine resembles the wafting of smoky tea and raspberry with hints of salinity and caramel. The palate highlights blue fruit along with herbal hibiscus, earthy notes of truffle, and a firm texture that defines the minerality. Explore the soil layers →

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$100.00
 
SKU: 18RAYAMHILLC
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Yamhill Carlton
Elevation
550 feet
Cases
313

The soil in the polygon consists of sedimentary and alluvial soil that contains some silt and clay layering as well as volcanic red basalt with horizontal fractures. The nose of this wine resembles the wafting of smoky tea and raspberry with hints of salinity and caramel. The palate highlights blue fruit along with herbal hibiscus, earthy notes of truffle, and a firm texture that defines the minerality. Explore the soil layers →

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Dundee Hills
Elevation
900 feet
Cases
122

The most loamy polygon from Dundee. This soil consists of a thin layer of topsoil followed by a majority of alteritic basalt. The aromas on this wine consist of soft raspberries and ripe black cherries with a hint of toasted cinnamon and forest floor. The palate is akin to a wave that starts with silky and earthy minerality which then unfolds into red fruits and then further unwinds into the finish. Explore the soil layers →

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SKU: 18RAWHILL
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Dundee Hills
Elevation
900 feet
Cases
122

The most loamy polygon from Dundee. This soil consists of a thin layer of topsoil followed by a majority of alteritic basalt. The aromas on this wine consist of soft raspberries and ripe black cherries with a hint of toasted cinnamon and forest floor. The palate is akin to a wave that starts with silky and earthy minerality which then unfolds into red fruits and then further unwinds into the finish. Explore the soil layers →

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Eola-Amity Hills
Elevation
400 feet
Cases
124

The soil within this polygon is clever combination of red and black basalt, consisting of vertical and horizontal fractures. These soils also have a distinct marbling of slow cooling, irregularly shaped, vesicular basalt. The soft dusty aromatics of this wine wake up into a palate filled with rustic spice, rose bramble, and herbal rosemary and thyme. Explore the soil layers →

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$100.00
 
SKU: 18RAAMITY
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Eola-Amity Hills
Elevation
400 feet
Cases
124

The soil within this polygon is clever combination of red and black basalt, consisting of vertical and horizontal fractures. These soils also have a distinct marbling of slow cooling, irregularly shaped, vesicular basalt. The soft dusty aromatics of this wine wake up into a palate filled with rustic spice, rose bramble, and herbal rosemary and thyme. Explore the soil layers →