Please enjoy these selections from our farm to your table. Click on the links for specific info about each wine
2021 Willamette Valley Pinot Gris
Delightful aromas of peach and lilac with white pear and guava.
In the mouth, the wine comes around with nutmeg and inty mineral tones that rise up from the center and linger. A seductive oiliness brings a nice bit of upholstery before an elegant complex of acids cleanses the palate with a crisp, crystalline finish.
2021 Equinox Vineyard Pinot Gris
A pinot gris showing endless layers of complexity and nuance. This opens with floral aromas of butterscotch, honeydew melon, Asian pear, fig, starfruit and bright apple skin.
In the mouth a rounded texture of cream and oil provides an exquisite upholstery ultimately giving way to tropical notes of tangerine along with white pear, cedar and spice. A long and luscious finish with a hint of heat resolves the whole package. Careful not to over-chill.
2019 Equinox Vineyard Riesling
Exploding with aromas of peach and apricot with a hint of petrol. Vinous in the mouth with orange peel, spice and orange candy notes. A drying finish is helped along with a hint of spritz at the end. This wine is one for the ages and shows the depth of 30 year old vines.
2018 Equinox Vineyard Riesling
A wine of great complexity and nuance showing waves of information in every mouthful. Spicy and resinous honey notes meld with apricot, green apple, peach fuzz and lemon and key lime. A long orange fade finishes with a hint of tart.
Wine Enthusiast: 92 points, Editor's Pick
2020 Equinox Vineyard Chardonnay
Pale straw color in the glass. Aromas of creamy vanilla and nutty oak spice combine with fruit tones of peach and nectarine stone fruit.
In the mouth, white pear and lemon meld into an oily mid-palate underlain with a structural complexity arising from wood spice and tannin. This ends with a long and soft pie crust finish.
2019 Late Harvest Riesling Equinox Vineyard
There was a silver lining to all the rain we received during harvest 2019. A botrytis infection quickly spread through the Riesling at Equinox Vineyard threatening the entire block. But then came a period of dry, windy conditions which allowed the noble rot to dry out and do its magic. Somewhere between dry and full on dessert, this wine strikes a middle ground with notes of pecan and honey. On the palate, blood orange, orange peel and apricot meld while notes of butterscotch point to a partially and nobly rotten inception.
2013 TBA Late Harvest Chardonnay
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
2018 Early Muscat Straw Wine
Room-filling Muscat aromatics open up to secondary notes of guava and pine. The jaw dropping OH-WOWness of the opening is followed by a palate swimming with a tiny universe of varietally true flavors and textures.
The viscous delerium of 12% natural residual sugar is structurally underpinned by the robust acidity for which this variety is well-known. Now you know. Check out the tasting notes for production technique and other observations.
2021 Rosé of Pinot Noir
Juicy red fruit aromas and a crisp, clean palate of Jolly Rancher and grapefruit. An abundance of fruit and candy tones gives a false impression of sweetness where there is none. A pioneering “real” rosé first made in 2001.
2021 Rosé of Pinot Gris
Beautiful in the glass with a classic Mediterranean color palette of salmon and bronze. Floral aromas lead to a mouthful of pear, green apple, and tea. An eminently sessionable wine, yet highly versatile as a palate-cleansing food companion.
2017 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
This Red shows what cool climate Willamette Valley Pinot Noir in a moderately extended growing season is all about.
Aromatically vinous with tones of barrel spice and camphor. Elegant, lively, and vibrant on the palate with cherry, red fruits, and a hint of cola. A kiss of cream gives way to a clean savory finish marked by an unexpected note of black pepper.
2016 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
Vinous and varietally spot-on aromas of South Willamette Pinot Noir promise great things. The promise is kept with a full aromatic spectrum of briar, toast and bright fruits. On the palate this is juicy yet highly structured with bracing acids and fine-grained yet grippy tannins.
Wine Enthusiast: 89 points
2018 Stone's Throw Pinot Noir
Flashy and bold aromatically with toasty notes of camphor, black walnut and French oak. Sensuous and shapely, yet elegant in the mouth with flavors of cherry and dark chocolate. A long, savory and mouthwatering finish completes this quintessential Stone's Throw Pinot Noir experience.
2017 Stone's Throw Pinot Noir
This shows a pretty, deep garnet color in the glass. Seductive aromatic notes of camphor, French oak and dark fruits make promises that are more than delivered upon in this perennial favorite. Slightly brambly, and saturated with notes of dark cherry and blackberry. Velvety and supple in the mouth with a hint of cream, yet structurally formidable with a delirious, mouthwatering finish.
2018 Capital T Pinot Noir
This voluptuous, curvy Pinot shows dark ruby red in the glass and features a complex, explosive, and room-filling bouquet of bright raspberry, dark cherry, sweet plum, and pomegranate.
An entry promising—and then delivering—great depth begins with dark currant, blackberry, and cassis. This is followed by bold, mouth-filling tannins that complement and amplify a toasty and mouth-watering French Oak finale in an utterly sensual finish.
2017 Bellpine Vineyards Pinot Noir
Another gem from Bellpine Vineyards, this selection features three clones: Pommard, Wädenswil and Dijon 113. Anyone following the pedigree of special Wine Club exclusive Bellpine Vineyards Pinots knows that Pommard and Wädenswil are typically the true workhorses of this line. We love these clones and the love is not unrequited. Once in a while however, we can’t resist a little Dijon clone in the blend. Here see how the 113 brings a welcome splash of darkness to a vintage otherwise tending red.
$35/bottle (Wine Fellowship Exclusive)
2016 Bellpine Vineyards Pinot Noir
Gorgeous garnet in the glass with aromas of cherry and cherry pie. Deep French oak barrel tones in the mid-palate lead to darker cherry notes with echoes of cream.
$35/bottle (Wine Fellowship Exclusive)
The Mongrel: Non-Vintage Red Blend
Huge color in the glass. Husky aromas of blackberry, leather, and blue fruits. A bright acidity beckons, projecting through a dense and saturated palate of praline, fudge, and plum. A lazy, juicy finish finds redemption in the Pinot Noir hardpress lot and the elegance therewith bestowed.
Riesling and Pinot from Equinox and Bellpine vineyards. Big Reds from Oregon’s Rogue Valley.