The Meyer Vineyard is a long, steep site in the Dundee Hills that faces due south and features a variety of elevations, exposures, and microclimates. The resulting wines reflect the vibrancy of one of Oregon's most famous AVA's.
At a maximum elevation of 1,000 feet, Chestnut Hill Vineyard is one of the highest vineyards in the North Willamette Valley. In warm years, elevation lends restraint; in cool years ripeness can be elusive making for one of our most exciting Pinot noirs.
Planted across the winery in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA, Stermer Vineyard has been farmed organically since being planted in 1997. The wines from this site are often full-bodied with prominent cherry and earth notes.
2014 Reserve Chardonnay ..."This is a subtle Chardonnay, very nuanced, one that I suspect will age with style. This is worth checking out and should provide delicious drinking over the next decade" - Neal Martin - Wine Advocate 91 points!
Tikka was Eric Lemelson’s Great Pyrenees dog who loved to patrol the perimeter of our Pinot gris vineyards. This wine has bright pear, peach and melon notes that go into a long, mineral and citrus-driven finish.
If you're a Chardonnay lover, this wine is a steal. The 2014 Willamette Valley Chardonnay combines fruit from our Johnson, Wascher, and Chestnut Hill vineyards.