Stoller is the largest site in Oregon's Dundee Hills. The property spans 373 acres with approximately 190 under vine on elevations ranging from 220 to 640 feet. The surrounding mountain ranges buffer the site and provide a warmer microclimate, which allows for consistent ripening.
101 Sections, 7 Varieties
The vineyard is divided into 101 meticulously farmed sections and has seven total planted varieties:
- Pinot Noir - 121 acres (63%)
- Chardonnay - 53 acres (28%)
- Pinot Gris - 10 acres (5%)
- Riesling - 2.5 acres
- Tempranillo, Syrah and Pinot Blanc - 1 acre each
The vineyard is most known for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Pinot Noir clones include:
- Pommard - 27 acres (14%)
- 115 - 27 acres (14%)
- 777 - 28 acres (15%)
- Wadenswil - 17 acres (8%)
- 667 - 14 acres (7%)
- 113 and 114 - 34 acres (18%)
We focus on the following Dijon clones for Chardonnay:
- 95 - 21 acres (11%)
- 96 - 9 acres (5%)
- 76 - 15 acres (8%)
Sustainable Farming and Innovation
Stoller prides itself on combining sustainable farming practices with innovative techniques and scientific research to continue to elevate the quality of the fruit produced here.
- To demonstrate our commitment to sustainability, we are LIVE (Low Impact Viticulture and Enology) and Salmon Safe certified, and collect winter run off into a 30 acre foot water reservoir (with a total capacity of nearly 10 million gallons), which is used to establish new and young vines and irrigate in exceptionally dry years.
- Our use of innovative techniques includes solar-powered weather stations providing up to the minute data during harvest, an electrostatic sprayer which minimizes drift, and an irrigation system fed by a rain pond and three wells, which minimize the need for drip irrigation.
- In addition to a number of enology studies, we are currently working with Oregon State University to study the effects of different cover crop regimes on soil health, vine vigor and wine quality.