Please enjoy these selections from our farm to your table. Click on the links for specific info about each wine
2019 Willamette Valley Pinot Gris
Peachy aromas along with white pear and apricot. Vinous in the mouth with notes of Pez candy, pineapple and fig. Made from estate-owned and estate-farmed vineyards in the South Willamette Valley.
Wine Enthusiast: 88 points
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
2018 Equinox Vineyard Chardonnay
Very floral with wood spice tones, honey and yeast. On the palate more French oak spice, stonefruit and notes of cream and kiwi. This “winter white” has the heft, warmth and viscosity to deeply satisfy on a dark winter day or late summer evening, yet also the structure and brightness to accompany our beloved Pacific Northwest cuisine.
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.
2019 Rosé of Pinot Noir
This versatile and deeply satisfying rosé is the epicure’s delight. It is a Mediterranean-style pink wine that enhances a wide spectrum of foods, but can still porchpound with the best of them
2019 Rosé of Pinot Gris
A two-day cold soak on the blue and gun-metal grey skins of the Pinot Gris grape gives this distinctive wine its pretty copper hue, while at the same time imparting flavors and aromas quite different from its brother, the Pinot Noir Rosé.
An unusual wine for unusual times.
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
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.
2016 Capital T Pinot Noir
Broad, expansive, rich and dark, this Reserve Pinot is a study in balance, integration and harmony. Dark fruit aromatics blend seamlessly with deep barrel tones resulting in a complex and heady bouquet. Serious but laid back in the mouth with hints of cream, vanilla, spice and dark chocolate. A hint of graham softens a drying and mouth-watering 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.
$29/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.
$27/bottle (Wine Fellowship Exclusive)
The Mongrel: Non-Vintage Red Blend
Aromas of oak char, toast, barrel stave and a wisp of smoke arise from this inky red. This is densely saturated and big in the mouth with highly extracted flavors of blue and black fruits laced with accents of green tea, bay leaf and olive.
Pepper spice and a hint of game resolve into a smooth and mouthwatering finish punctuated with an unexpectedly fine and silky presentation of tannins.