Hand-Crafted Wines

 
Gewurztraminer on the way to the press.

Gewurztraminer on the way to the press.

gewurztraminer

If you think you don’t like Gewurztraminer - try ours. Ours is made in the dry Alsatian style - spicy with notes of honey and orange peel. It pairs well with a wide range of foods - spicy Asian cuisine, smoked salmon, eggs, cheese, sausage and ham.

sauvignon blanc

Yum! The first impression of this wine is putting your nose in a basket of ripe nectarine. Lychee, grapefruit and orange rind are there as well.

This wine was harvested October 10th and 11th. Our 14 rows yielded about 2 tons of grapes. We field blend with two rows of Semillon grapes, which contribute about 10%. The citrus notes of the Semillon balance the tropical fruit in the Sauvignon Blanc. This a classic Bordeaux blend.

Crisp, refreshing and fruity, you don’t need food with this wine but it does very well with seafood, Thai, goat cheese & salad.

Sauvignon Blanc almost ready to pick.

Sauvignon Blanc almost ready to pick.

Pinot Gris on the way to becoming a lovely rose colored wine.

Pinot Gris on the way to becoming a lovely rose colored wine.

Pinot Gris

Our Pinot Gris comes off the vine dark - it’s impossible to make a light wine from it (we’ve tried). We end up with an intense rose colored wine bursting with fruit flavor. We call it summer in a glass.

pinot noir

We’re just 45 minutes north of the famous Willamette Valley in Oregon, known the world over for its Pinot Noir. So of course we grow this famously-difficult-to-perfect variety.

Pinot Noir. We make two to three styles of this wine every fall.

Pinot Noir. We make two to three styles of this wine every fall.