Please enjoy these selections from our farm to your table. Click on the links for specific info about each wine
2016 Willamette Valley Pinot Gris
Varietally pure with smile-inducing aromas of apple, pear, spice and Belgian Waffle. Made from estate-owned and estate-farmed vineyards in Lane County.
2015 Willamette Valley Pinot Gris
Seductive aromas of mineral, spice and white pear open up to a mouth-filling mid-palate swimming with tropical fruit flavors and hints of nutmeg. A vibrant, racy white with endless food-pairing potential. Made from estate-owned and estate-farmed vineyards in Lane County.
2014 Equinox Vineyard Riesling
This traditional, off-dry Riesling opens with aromas of apricot, lemon, candied orange and petrol which build and eventually fill the room. At once lively and luxurious in the mouth, this vintage has structure to spare with a palate cleansing acidity that nicely balances a deceptive two percent residual sugar. This wine drinks wonderfully when it is young, fresh and vibrant. Yet because of its sugar and acidity, it will also age quite well, promising ample reward to those with a wine cellar (and restraint).
Wine Enthusiast 92 points/Editor's pick
2015 Equinox Vineyard Chardonnay
Aromatically clean with hints of orange, pine nut and
perfume. On the palate, tropical flavors enliven a toasty
core and meld seamlessly into a long and graceful finish.
2013 TBA Late Harvest Chardonnay Spoiled Rotten
Take a step out of Kansas and straight into Oz with this highly saturated and utterly opulent dessert Chardonnay from Equinox Vineyard. This wine is sweet, viscous and bursting with the aromas and flavors of woodland honey, cedar, tangerine, butterscotch and nutmeg. It is a true TBA, or Trockenbeernauslese, dessert wine made from 100% naturally botrytized fruit.
Wine Enthusiast 93 points
2016 Rosé of Pinot Noir
This intentional rosé of Pinot Noir is purpose-built
from early-harvest Pinot Noir fruit.
Gorgeous pink in the glass. Room-filling aromas of
candy-spiced apple and grapefruit. Incandescent.
Lively, bright and dynamic through the mid palate
with loads of fresh red fruit flavors, candy notes and
watermelon. A wonderful sustain on the end with a
mouthwatering tailout of palate-cleansing acidity.
2016 Rosé of Pinot Gris
This pale copper, salmon-hued wine looks and
drinks like a classic Mediterranean rosé.
Floral notes and a touch of perfume showcase a
grownup aroma profile. On the palate, tangerine,
rosewater and tropical flavors, and a hint of cream
meld ebulliently into a special, lemon-sprite space
that lingers before resolving into a crisp, delicate
and sensual fade.
An unusual wine for unusual times.
2014 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
Pretty in the glass with a deep garnet color. Enticing
aromas of toast and cherry welcome the palate to a
lovely core of plum, blueberry and currant. A seductive
juiciness is deeply underlain with a vibrant and savory
array of mouthwatering acids and velvety tannins along
with flashy barrel tones. Extended barrel time really
pays off here with the kind of structure and balance
that are the hallmarks of this exceptional vintage.
90 pts Wine Enthusiast Editor’s Pick
2013 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
Ruby red and translucent in the glass, this is a classic, new-world wine for the Pinot Noir purist. True-to-form varietal aromas are punctuated with subtle tones of barrel spice, toast and briar. Elegant, yet savory and complex, this Pinot delights the palate with mouthwatering acids, supple tannins and a balanced array of dark and bright fruits. A youthful flashiness delivers immediate gratification while the impeccable structure promises great longevity.
2014 Stone's Throw Pinot Noir
This utterly seductive Pinot opens with a stellar bouquet of barrel flash, briar, violet and camphor. There is a creamy note up front that is followed by smooth, velvety tannins, more barrel spice, and a juicy midpalate of plum, blackberry, chocolate and dark cherry. A long, balanced and mouthwatering finish invokes a reflective, contemplative calm.
Like its big brother, the Capital T Reserve, the Stone’s Throw is not produced every year. Its last sighting was from the 2012 vintage.
2015 Stone's Throw Pinot Noir
This opens with brambly notes of briar and flashy barrel
tones. An expansive praline cherry center is orbited by
blue and black fruit notes, a hint of cream and more
French oak decadence. Firm, fine and grippy in the
mouth with a seemingly endless velvety finish.
2014 Capital T Pinot Noir
Beastly. A gorgeous garnet color in the glass. This
intense, seldom-seen release boldly pushes the
limits of Pinot Noir. Aromatic notes of barrel char,
barrel spice, vanilla and black fruit beckon toward
a mid-palate swimming with an array of red and
dark fruits. A towering structure backs up the
stature of this wine, yet is finely tamed with an
underlying elegance. A jaw-dropping experience
continues as the myriad components integrate
seamlessly into one long and savory finish
2014 Bellpine Vineyards Pinot Noir
A staggering aromatic profile opens this exotic Pinot with suggestive notes of French oak, dark fruits and barrel spice. Inside, a mouthwatering mid-palate shows off dark fruit flavors, complex acids and silky tannins that seem to go on forever. All in all, a dangerously seductive Pinot Noir.
$27/bottle (Wine Fellowship Exclusive)
2015 Bellpine Vineyards Pinot Noir
Packed full of everything including the kitchen sink, this
Pinot is rich, full, round and swimming in blue, black
and red fruits. A room-flling bouquet of spice and grape
introduces a juicy, saturated mid-palate that is toasty and
very friendly. A super deep cherry continuity carries the
whole thing until dissovling into a full-blown fnish of
$27/bottle (Wine Fellowship Exclusive)
The Mongrel: Non-Vintage Red Blend
A Wine Room Exclusive. Vinous and heady spice aromatics rise up from this inky red giving a tantalizing hint of what’s to come. Dense, concentrated and extracted flavors of plum, blackberry and spice warm the palate with a mouthwatering marriage of structure and finesse. Pleasantly grippy with fine grained tannins and moderate acidity.
$32/bottle (Wine room only)