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Rex Hill Winery Chehalem Mountains

The four partners at A to Z Wineworks purchased this operation in 2007. With 23 ha (56 acres) of owned vineyards (Estate and Jacob-Hart) planted almost exclusively to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and sourcing fruit from elsewhere this winery has consistently produced first-class wines and in particular, Pinot Noir from a number of sites. There […]

Ponzi Vineyards Chehalem Mountains

Ponzi is a long-established Willamette Valley producer with a deservedly high reputation for its Pinot Noir. Luisa Ponzi has now taken on the winemaking mantle. Regular Willamette Pinot Noir is certainly good in a ripe, gamey and earthy style. There is a superior Reserve bottling, which offers more depth and greater structure as well as […]

Elk Cove Vineyards Chehalem Mountains

A long established winery founded in 1974. They have 120 acres of vineyards planted on three northern Willamette sites. South facing slopes and a combination of finely drained Willakenzie and Laurelwood soils provides an excellent growing environment. The winery is now gravity flow and the wines are achieving new levels of quality. Pinot Blanc is […]

Carabella Vineyard Chehalem Mountains

Mike and Cara Hallocks wines are all sourced from the family’s own vineyards. Their site is found in the south-eastern tip of the Chehalem Mountains on Parrett Mountain. The approach as with other contemporary Oregon Pinot Noir growers is to plant blocks of different clones separately. The 58 acre site now consists of seven different […]

A To Z Wineworks Chehalem Mountains

This partnership of four friends, Deb and Bill Hatcher and Cheryl Francis and Sam Tannahill was established in 2000 and have grown to become Oregon’s largest winery group. As well as A to Z they produce wines under their own premium labels: Deb and Bill make HATCHER Pinot Noir while Cheryl and Sam have a […]

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