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Stoller Family Estate
June 8, 2018 | Stoller Family Estate


Which variety blooms faster, and does elevation matter? Vice President of Vineyard Operations Jason Tosch takes us through 4 blocks of the vineyard to share a little about what bloom means.

Time Posted: Jun 8, 2018 at 11:03 AM
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May 13, 2018 | Stoller Family Estate

LIVE Certified

LIVE (Low Input Viticulture and Enology) is a non-profit organization providing education and independent 3rd-party certification for vineyards and wineries using international standards of sustainable viticulture and enology practices in wine-grape and wine production. Examples of LIVE vineyard practices include planting cover crops, maintaining natural areas for wildlife and forgoing many chemical sprays. LIVE winery certification focuses on energy efficiency, safety, and wastewater treatment. Stoller’s vineyard became LIVE certified in 2006; the winery in 2009.

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Time Posted: May 13, 2018 at 12:16 PM
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April 30, 2018 | Stoller Family Estate

B Corp Certified

Oregon has more B Corp certified wineries than any other state. 

B Corp Certified from Stoller Family Estate on Vimeo.

Time Posted: Apr 30, 2018 at 12:34 PM
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April 24, 2018 | Stoller Family Estate


Associate Winemaker Kate Payne-Brown explains the tiraging process for our sparkling wine.

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Time Posted: Apr 24, 2018 at 12:30 PM
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April 20, 2018 | Stoller Family Estate

Sustainability at Stoller Family Estate with Melissa Burr

Director of Winemaking Melissa Burr shares why sustainability at Stoller is important to her.

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Time Posted: Apr 20, 2018 at 12:40 PM
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April 19, 2018 | Stoller Family Estate

Bud Break

Vineyard Manager Jason Tosch shows how a more than 300 feet elevation difference in a vineyard affects bud break.

Stoller Family Estate Bud Break from Stoller Family Estate on Vimeo.

Time Posted: Apr 19, 2018 at 12:32 PM
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April 12, 2018 | Stoller Family Estate

LaRue's Brut Rosé

Associate Winemaker Kate Payne-Brown sits down with LaRue Stoller to share the story behind the beautiful Brut Rosé.

LaRue Stoller from Stoller Family Estate on Vimeo.

Time Posted: Apr 12, 2018 at 12:27 PM
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February 1, 2018 | Stoller Family Estate

CHEHALEM Winery Acquired by Longtime Partner

Bill Stoller and Harry Peterson-Nedry, co-owners of CHEHALEM Winery, are pleased to announce that after 24 years of partnership Stoller has purchased Peterson-Nedry’s share of equity in the winery business.

“Harry Peterson-Nedry has been a mentor to me,” said Stoller. “When Harry first asked me to be an investor, I saw an opportunity to help fund a friend’s dream and the chance to be a part of something with the potential to be iconic. As we enter this next chapter, I am honored to shepherd CHEHALEM’s legacy.”

“No one understands more how special the CHEHALEM brand is, how much passion and rigorous work it has taken, how much collaboration with other Willamette Valley pioneering wineries has gone on, than Bill,” said Peterson-Nedry. “I take comfort knowing he will respect its heritage in a way that no one else could.”

Peterson-Nedry planted Ridgecrest beginning in 1980, making it the first vineyard planted in what would become the Ribbon Ridge AVA. He was also instrumental in the development of organizations such as the Oregon Wine Board, Willamette Valley Wineries Association, Oregon Pinot Camp, International Pinot Noir Celebration, and industry groups focusing on defining Oregon’s AVAs and famed wine varieties. The transition in ownership will reduce the workload for Peterson-Nedry, who turned 70 years-old in December, allowing him to devote his full attention to managing his 48 vineyard acres in Ribbon Ridge, crafting wines for RR - a small winery he created 16 years ago - and continue his involvement with Oregon wine industry initiatives. 

Since purchasing his family’s second-generation farm in 1993, Stoller has evolved the property to become the largest contiguous vineyard in the Dundee Hills AVA of Oregon’s Willamette Valley while passionately being a steward of the land and community. Stoller Family Estate was the first winery in the world to achieve LEED Gold certification, and fifth Oregon winery to receive B Corp certification, the latter in large part due to its LIVE and Salmon Safe certifications and community involvement in the City of Dayton and Yamhill County. The ownership change allows the two brands, under the leadership of President Gary Mortensen, to leverage economies of scale while distinguishing autonomy.

“CHEHALEM is not Stoller, and we like that,” said Mortensen. “Each winery has its own history and future, with one common thread: both wineries are committed to, and known for, producing unique, world-class wines. I look forward to leading the exceptional staff at CHEHALEM and further advancing the brand.”

Time Posted: Feb 1, 2018 at 8:51 AM
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November 22, 2017 | Stoller Family Estate

Stoller Dundee Hills Pinot Noir and Roasted San Marzano Soup

This soup was created by our Culinary Director, Becca Richards for the 2017 Pre-Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving Weekend Celebrations.

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes
Serves 8

Click here for the Recipe

Time Posted: Nov 22, 2017 at 2:30 PM
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November 1, 2017 | Stoller Family Estate

Stoller Family Estate will Feature the Work of Artist Gordon Marshall

Starting November 1, Stoller Family Estate will exhibit paintings by Gordon Marshall in our tasting room. The show includes select pieces spanning the artist’s most recent 15 years of work.

The show will run through March 2018, with an artist’s reception planned for January 2018.  The paintings may be purchased in the tasting room with shipping at no cost to the buyer.

The Artist: Gordon Marshall

“I consider myself first and foremost a mark maker.

I start with an image in my mind; a model, photograph, or something remembered, and usually sketch in ink, graphite or charcoal before I pick up any oils. As oils are slow setting, I have three or four pieces that I am working on in various stages of completion.

A piece is done when I no longer feel the need to continue the process; this may be minutes, hours, months and even years after I’ve begun.”

Time Posted: Nov 1, 2017 at 10:00 AM