our vineyard

Cultivating an Enduring Legacy

Our vineyard is the largest contiguous vineyard in Oregon’s Dundee Hills. The property spans 400 acres, with 225 acres dedicated to growing vines at elevations ranging from 210 to 650 feet. The surrounding mountain ranges buffer the vineyard, creating a warmer microclimate that ensures consistent ripening.

These south-facing, tightly-spaced vines are planted to Jory, the fertile and well-drained red soil that has come to define the Dundee Hills.

108 Sections, 10 Varieties

Our vineyard is divided into 108 meticulously farmed sections and has 10 planted varieties:

Pinot Noir
158 acres
55 acres
2.5 acres
2 acres
1.8 acres
Pinot Blanc
1.5 acres
1 acre
Gamay Noir
1 acre
Pinot Meunier
1 acre
.14 acres

Our vineyard is most known for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Pinot Noir clones include:

Clone 777
31 acres
27 acres
Clone 115
27 acres
17 acres
16 acres
Field Blend
5 acres
3.6 acres
3.5 acres
3.4 acres
3 acres
2.5 acres
2.5 acres
Mt. Eden
2.3 acres
2 acres
True Clone 828
1 acre

We focus on the following Dijon clones for Chardonnay:

Clone 76
21 acres
Clone 95
20 acres
Clone 548
9.6 acres
Clone 96
4.3 acres

Sustainable Farming & Innovation

We pride ourselves on running sustainable vineyards through a combination of responsible farming practices, innovative techniques, and cutting-edge scientific research. This approach helps us to continuously elevate the quality of the fruit we produce.

Vineyard Sustainability

Our sustainable vineyard is certified Low Input Viticulture and Enology (LIVE), which is the Northwest’s leading sustainability certification for vineyard farms. We collect winter runoff into a reservoir, which we use to irrigate during exceptionally dry years. All winery waste is composted on site and reused in the vineyards.

Innovative Techniques

Our state-of-the-art viticultural practices include mechanical “herbicide free” weeding systems, advanced recirculation, venturi and tornado sprayers to better apply and reduce total spray volume, and advanced weather stations to deliver actual vine sensory data.

Scientific Research

In addition to collaborating with leading viticultural researchers from Oregon State University, we’re conducting our own long-term experiments to further discover the vineyard’s full potential and provide thought leadership to the industry.

Pest Control

Our approach is to work with nature instead of fighting it. By fostering a habitat that supports a pests’ natural predators, we encourage the ecosystem that keeps them in check. We planted multiple acres of native perennial wildflowers that maintain the vineyard’s natural balance.

A Year In The Vineyard

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