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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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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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Eola-Amity Hills
Elevation
350 feet
Cases
125

This soil here is riddled with a thick layer of black and grey irregular basalt rocks that are slow cooling vesicular igneous rocks. These rocks sit upon a larger layer of bedrock consisting of vertically fractured basalt. This Pinot is expresses blue fruit aromas as well as plums, lightly of fresh tealeaves and crystalline minerality. The flavors speak of vibrant red and black raspberries with plum skins and energetic minerals that are woven together like silk. Explore the soil layers →

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Eola-Amity Hills
Elevation
350 feet
Cases
125

This soil here is riddled with a thick layer of black and grey irregular basalt rocks that are slow cooling vesicular igneous rocks. These rocks sit upon a larger layer of bedrock consisting of vertically fractured basalt. This Pinot is expresses blue fruit aromas as well as plums, lightly of fresh tealeaves and crystalline minerality. The flavors speak of vibrant red and black raspberries with plum skins and energetic minerals that are woven together like silk. Explore the soil layers →

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Chehalem Mountain
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 Mountain
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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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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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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Dundee Hills
Elevation
910 feet
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. Explore the soil layers →

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Dundee Hills
Elevation
910 feet
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. 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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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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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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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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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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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
Surface
0.85 acres
Cases
205 (6-bottle limit)

Sitting at 860 feet in elevation, Black Walnut slopes south and is a well structured soil of loamy weathered basalt, pebbles and sand. Highly oxidized, the soil is a rich iron red color without as many pebbles as the “Red Dust” but is all eroded parent rock material, with some sparkling crystals fragments dancing in the eroded rock. The embrace of this wine is soft and inviting and with a respectful pause before it reveals its details and complexity. Seductively silky with expressive raspberry and plum flavors accented by black tea, river stone and warm spice details. Explore the soil layers →

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$120.00
 
SKU: ZE17RABWALNUT
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Dundee Hills
Surface
0.85 acres
Cases
205 (6-bottle limit)

Sitting at 860 feet in elevation, Black Walnut slopes south and is a well structured soil of loamy weathered basalt, pebbles and sand. Highly oxidized, the soil is a rich iron red color without as many pebbles as the “Red Dust” but is all eroded parent rock material, with some sparkling crystals fragments dancing in the eroded rock. The embrace of this wine is soft and inviting and with a respectful pause before it reveals its details and complexity. Seductively silky with expressive raspberry and plum flavors accented by black tea, river stone and warm spice details. Explore the soil layers →

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Eola-Amity Hills
Surface
1.04 acres
Cases
244 (6-bottle limit)

A very soft slope facing southeast at 300 feet off the Willamette Valley floor. There is almost no topsoil with a deep “stream” of well fractured stones flowing diagonally across the slope. “Bubbles” in the rock with abundant large crystal structures spur the vines to produce a structurally precise wine quilted with rapidly alternating red and blue fruit flavors. Expresses river stone and black raspberry aromas and refined, layered cherry, black tea and savory spice flavors. Explore the soil layers →

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Eola-Amity Hills
Surface
1.04 acres
Cases
244 (6-bottle limit)

A very soft slope facing southeast at 300 feet off the Willamette Valley floor. There is almost no topsoil with a deep “stream” of well fractured stones flowing diagonally across the slope. “Bubbles” in the rock with abundant large crystal structures spur the vines to produce a structurally precise wine quilted with rapidly alternating red and blue fruit flavors. Expresses river stone and black raspberry aromas and refined, layered cherry, black tea and savory spice flavors. Explore the soil layers →

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Eola-Amity Hills
Surface
1.32 acres
Cases
288

On a soft southeast facing slope, with a light silt and clay soil sitting on deeply fractured columnar rocks. Hopewell Hills, like its next door neighbor “Gathered Stones”, is all about bubbles and crystals. Smaller and finer bubbles and crystals produce a wine that is somewhat softer than “Gathered Stones". With fruit driven energy that illuminates in waves coursing through the wine. The same fruit profile as Gathered Stones but with slightly more placid energy. Polished and layered, with vibrant black raspberry, savory bay leaf and crushed rock accents that build toward refined tannins. Explore the soil layers →

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$100.00
 
SKU: ZE17RAHOPEWELL
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Eola-Amity Hills
Surface
1.32 acres
Cases
288

On a soft southeast facing slope, with a light silt and clay soil sitting on deeply fractured columnar rocks. Hopewell Hills, like its next door neighbor “Gathered Stones”, is all about bubbles and crystals. Smaller and finer bubbles and crystals produce a wine that is somewhat softer than “Gathered Stones". With fruit driven energy that illuminates in waves coursing through the wine. The same fruit profile as Gathered Stones but with slightly more placid energy. Polished and layered, with vibrant black raspberry, savory bay leaf and crushed rock accents that build toward refined tannins. Explore the soil layers →

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Dundee Hills
Surface
2.07 acres
Cases
485

A bouillabaisse of bright red iron, silty clay loam basalt. Rock-Sandy rather than stony, Worden Hill was formed by a landslide of volcanic rock that weathered in place and is now just a couple of thousand years from becoming topsoil. This wine has red and blue fruit flavors from edge to edge, with noticeable but thin high tension threads holding it all together in a seamless web. Fresh and snappy with black cherry, layered with blueberries and hints of smoke wrapped in a silken mouthfeel. Explore the soil layers →

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SKU: ZE17RAWHILL
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Dundee Hills
Surface
2.07 acres
Cases
485

A bouillabaisse of bright red iron, silty clay loam basalt. Rock-Sandy rather than stony, Worden Hill was formed by a landslide of volcanic rock that weathered in place and is now just a couple of thousand years from becoming topsoil. This wine has red and blue fruit flavors from edge to edge, with noticeable but thin high tension threads holding it all together in a seamless web. Fresh and snappy with black cherry, layered with blueberries and hints of smoke wrapped in a silken mouthfeel. Explore the soil layers →

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Yamhill Carlton
Surface
0.98 acres
Cases
196

A millefeuille of rock lightened with silt and clay, plus a sprinkling of stones and pebbles. The small feeder roots of the vines work themselves completely into the horizontal layers of this very unusual for Oregon rock pastry. These basalt rocks are all about the fractures providing space for tiny amounts of clay (a unique microbiome) and feathery roots, which provoke great tension holding together its mineral and fruit driven sides. Like a suspension bridge anchored by opposing notions of flesh and bone with high toned red fruit connected to mid-tone blue and black flavors creating a liquid harmonic wave. Plush richness with ripe raspberry and pomegranate flavors accented by plum, tea, mineral and spice notes. Explore the soil layers →

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$90.00
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SKU: ZE17RAYAMHILLC
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Yamhill Carlton
Surface
0.98 acres
Cases
196

A millefeuille of rock lightened with silt and clay, plus a sprinkling of stones and pebbles. The small feeder roots of the vines work themselves completely into the horizontal layers of this very unusual for Oregon rock pastry. These basalt rocks are all about the fractures providing space for tiny amounts of clay (a unique microbiome) and feathery roots, which provoke great tension holding together its mineral and fruit driven sides. Like a suspension bridge anchored by opposing notions of flesh and bone with high toned red fruit connected to mid-tone blue and black flavors creating a liquid harmonic wave. Plush richness with ripe raspberry and pomegranate flavors accented by plum, tea, mineral and spice notes. Explore the soil layers →

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Chehalem Mountain
Cases Produced:
346
Elevation:
800 ft.

This vineyard boasts basalt rocks of every kind: black, red (oxidized), and white (volcanic ash). At 1.88 acres, “Highland Close” is the largest of the Rose and Arrow sites; but despite its size, the soil is quite consistent. The high elevation and extremely rocky soil of this parcel gives the wine a distinctive, energetic nose, followed by a symphony of mineral flavors with crushed red fruit (emblematic of oxidized red basalt). It has a light, velvet texture, and sits gently on the tongue.

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$150.00
 
SKU: ZE16RAHighland
AVA:
Chehalem Mountain
Cases Produced:
346
Elevation:
800 ft.

This vineyard boasts basalt rocks of every kind: black, red (oxidized), and white (volcanic ash). At 1.88 acres, “Highland Close” is the largest of the Rose and Arrow sites; but despite its size, the soil is quite consistent. The high elevation and extremely rocky soil of this parcel gives the wine a distinctive, energetic nose, followed by a symphony of mineral flavors with crushed red fruit (emblematic of oxidized red basalt). It has a light, velvet texture, and sits gently on the tongue.

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Eola Amity Hills
Cases Produced:
247
Elevation:
340 ft.

"Hopewell Hills" represents 1.6 acres of land, sandwiching “Gathered Stones” at the top and bottom in a perpetual hug. The stones in this parcel are more worn by time than the ones in “Gathered Stones,” and blanketed by a layer of topsoil. The result is a wine that is generous, ripe, and lively, with a bit of an edge on the finish. Drink it for an open, welcoming conversation—and a touch of wit.

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$100.00
 
SKU: ZE16RAHOPEWELL
AVA:
Eola Amity Hills
Cases Produced:
247
Elevation:
340 ft.

"Hopewell Hills" represents 1.6 acres of land, sandwiching “Gathered Stones” at the top and bottom in a perpetual hug. The stones in this parcel are more worn by time than the ones in “Gathered Stones,” and blanketed by a layer of topsoil. The result is a wine that is generous, ripe, and lively, with a bit of an edge on the finish. Drink it for an open, welcoming conversation—and a touch of wit.