We feel lucky (extremely) to be making wine from a site etched in Oregon Pinot Noir history. The two blocks we source are original plantings of Oregon Pioneer - David Adelsheim. Dry farmed, own rooted, jory soils, one shoot, one cluster - recipe for great site driven Pinot Noir. We are super excited to make this wine. Expected release, winter 2016. Sign-up to reserve your spot.

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Appellation: Chehalem Mountains AVA (Oregon)

Planted: 1974 & 1994 (own rooted)

Soil Type: Volcanic

Elevation: 560-680

Clones: Martini, Pommard

Vine Density: 10x6 & 9x5

Pruning: Cane

Average yield/acre: 2 tons

100% Dry Farmed