Planted in 2006, we source both Gamay and Pinot Noir from this sustainbly-farmed vineyard. We are proud to partner with this certified-sustainable vineyard that boasts blocks named for the Bjornson brood. Situated on classic Jory soils in the heart of the Eola-Amity HIlls at elevations ranging between 440-560 feet, Bjornson fruit is sure to be a longstanding source of beautifully farmed grapes.
Chehalem Mountain Vineyard
Chehalem Mountain Vineyard was established in 1968 by Dick Erath, and is currently owned by Judy Jordan (no relation). We are thrilled to work with a vineyard as esteemed and historic as this one.
Eola Springs Vineyard
Eola Springs Vineyard was planted in 1972 and faces west/southwest in the windy Van Duzer corridor at 300-450 ft elevation. Ideal for Pinot Noir due to warm days, cool nights, and volcanic Jory soil.
Seven Springs vineyard
Planted by Oregon legend Al McDonald in 1984, this may be one of the more dramatic-looking vineyards in the area. Eastern facing, situated among Douglas fir trees on a bed of volcanic soil, Seven Springs is Biodynamic and dry farmed. We feel this meticulous attention to farming generates grapes of depth and complexity.