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2017 Dundee Hills Pinot Noir

Drumroll please!

This wine saw mostly whole berry, and primarily native yeast fermentation, before aging primarily in neutral French oak for almost a year. We are excited to bottle our 2017 Dundee Hills Pinot Noir.

The 2017 vintage presented a challenge with a cold winter and a cooler than normal spring. However, ideal weather after flowering ensured a healthy fruit set. Although the summer was dry and hot, the vines did not undergo drought or stress. By September, everything was on track for a traditional, “normal” Oregon harvest in the Willamette Valley.

Stay tuned to experience the classic taste of the Dundee Hills when it’s released next spring.

Dundee Hills Pinot from Stoller Family Estate on Vimeo.