Pinot Gris

Pinot Gris grows particularly well on Underwood Mountain and our clone #1 thrives here. The first vines were planted in the Galileo block in 2009 and deliver wines with crisp, mineral flavors. We are farming 2.5 acres and manage crop load to approximately two tons per acre.
6′ x 10′

2.5 Acres
Pinot Gris – Clone #1

PN 9-14-13 ~19 Brix 3.03 pH

Pinot Noir

Western Oregon and Washington are known for Pinot Noir and the Columbia Gorge is no exception. Our vines are “Martini” clone #13’s small darker berries deliver a richer more robust version of the classic northwest Pinot Noir. Our first vines were planted in the Nobel block in 2009 and then we expanded to the Newton block in 2011. We are now farming 3.5 acres and keep crop load to approximately 2 tons per acre.
6′ x 10′

3.5 Acres
Pinot Noir – Martini Clone #13

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Our French Dijon Clone 76 Chardonnay is ideal for the Underwood Mountain climate and volcanic soils. We planted 5 acres in the Curie and Copernicus blocks in the spring of 2015.
6′ x 10′

5 Acres
Chardonnay – Dijon Clone #76